Marc A. Grimmett | Male Engagement in Sexual Violence Prevention
Marc A. Grimmett, an associate professor of counselor education, discusses "My Masculinity Helps," his film that explores the role of African American men and boys in the prevention of sexual violence. "Prevention requires addressing root causes and social norms," he says.
Angela Wiseman | Reconceptualizing Family Literacy
Today 2.7 million children have a parent who is incarcerated. How does this impact student learning and literacy? Angela Wiseman, an associate professor of literacy education, discusses how her research helps re-conceptualize family literacy given the shifting needs of families and communities.
Jessica Hunt | Widening the Lens on Ability and Dis/Ability
When working with children with learning disabilities, "our biggest tool for change begins with what we choose to look at," says Jessica Hunt, an associate professor of special education and mathematics education.
Gail Jones | Promoting STEM Interests and Careers through FAME
Anyone can be a scientist. But many children believe scientists are largely white males. Why? Gail Jones, a professor of science education, discusses her partnership with a science museum to examine and change students' perceptions about who does science.
Jere Confrey | The Math-Mapper & Helping All Students Move Forward
Jere Confrey, professor of mathematics education, discusses a digital learning system she developed that is based on the three pillars of her work: engaging problems, leveraging student's ideas, and elevating students as partners in guiding their own learning.
Meg Blanchard | Using STEM Clubs to Encourage College
Meg Blanchard, associate professor of science education, talks about how to scale a successful, intensive intervention program -- the STEM Career Club -- so younger students can identify as future college students.
A. Brooks Bowden | How the Ingredients Method Can Help Students Achieve Goals
A. Brooks Bowden, an assistant professor of methods and policy, presents the ingredients method, which examines the resources needed in successful educational interventions. "Knowing the impact is necessary but not sufficient," she says.
DeLeon Gray | The Motivation Needs of Students in Culturally Diverse Classrooms
How do you create meaningful partnerships between researchers and teachers that result in effective motivation strategies that make schools places where students want to be? The iScholar Project serves as a model, says DeLeon Gray, an assistant professor of educational psychology.