Teaching grade-school basics to the next generation of dreamers and doers has always been one of Peyton Giessuebel ’18 ’21MEd’s life goals. But adding her failed experiences to her lesson plans was far from it.
Annaliese Bullock expects to graduate this May with a master’s degree in educational leadership with a track higher education/student personnel track
Local teachers work alongside UCF faculty to develop age-appropriate activities with connections to the Artemis program and other NASA missions.
The veteran educator — who recently died at 92 — began designing College of Education programs a year before classes started in 1968.
Researchers in collaboration with Orange County Public Schools and City Year Orlando launch a program that includes creating a new doctoral specialization.
Nicole Warren and Andrea Piazza co-founded Inclusive Impact Initiative, which aims to educate the public about inclusivity.
A $2.5 million grant aims to help students with autism spectrum disorder and other conditions be more aware of their emotions and recognize other’s nonverbal cues in social situations.
UCF is working with other universities on Department of Education project to help children with autism spectrum disorder through innovative use of robots.
First-generation college students make up about one-third of undergraduate populations but are more likely to not earn their degree than their counterparts.
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