Science Education News
NSF Funding for Julie Brown’s Team to Study Biology Instruction
With new funding from the National Science Foundation (2010153), RIEL Biology seeks to use design-based research to support teachers and emergent bilingual students in high school biology classrooms with an innovative new model.
Molly Staggs Selected
Molly Staggs was selected as a participant for the Sandra K. Abell Summer Institute for Doctoral Students. She will be traveling to Clemson, SC to present her work and learn from some of the top scholars in the field. Congratulations, Molly!
Dr. Pringle and Students Win Best Paper Awards
Rose Pringle received the faculty award for the outstanding position paper at the 2019 Southeast Regional Association for Science Teacher Education conference, entitled: The promise and the Peril: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics in the Middle grades.
NSF Funding for Julie Brown’s Team to Study Culturally Responsive Instruction
With funding from the National Science Foundation, Project CRAFT: Culturally Responsive Affective-Focused Teaching of Science and Mathematics (2101277) aims to equip secondary science and math teachers with culturally responsive, affective-focused practices and leadership skills to support STEM learning, affect, identities, and career interest for students who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC).
Spotlight Shines Thrice on Professor Pringle
With three major awards in less than three months, UF COE associate professor Rose Pringle is solidifying her reputation as one of the top science teacher educators around.
Gayle Nelson Evans Awarded Teacher of the Year
We are proud of Gayle Nelson Evans for her UF 2016-2017 Teacher of the Year Award!
STEM Education Professor Named AAAS Fellow
Kent Crippen, associate professor of STEM education in the College of Education, has been named an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellow along with five other University of Florida professors.
Spotlight on Darby Drageset
Read about the COE’s spotlight on Darby Drageset’s work. Congratulations, Darby!