Neag School of Education

REALL Makes Real Learning Possible For ELLs

It didn’t take long for New Britain fifth-grade teacher Kim Rosa Gionfriddo to realize the strategies she learned as a Neag School of Education REALL fellow to better teach students with limited English proficiency could  benefit native English-speaking students, too. “It’s a simple thing, but just by being more explicit and taking time to define […]

Jae-Eun Joo is Director of Online Programs at the Neag School of Education. (Shawn Kornagay/UConn Photo)

Implementing High Quality Online Education at the Neag School

Jae-Eun Joo hopes to position UConn's Neag School of Education at the center of an online content and resources superhighway.

ACSM's Guidelines for Exercising Testing and Prescription

Latest Edition of Widely Used Exercise Guidelines Edited by UConn Fitness Expert

The American College of Sports Medicine's handbook is considered the 'international gold standard' for exercise professionals.

Neag students show their excitement to be in Paris for the Study Abroad Program. (Photo courtesy of Alan Marcus)

Helping Future Teachers Develop Global Literacy Skills

The Neag School’s David Moss is a champion for the global literacy skills teachers and their students will need.

Neag School of Education Hosts 2013 Commencement

The Neag School of Education recognized graduates from the Class of 2013 during two ceremonies the weekend of May 11-12. The Neag School undergraduate commencement took place at the Jorgensen Auditorium on Sunday, May 12. Commencement for Neag School graduate students, including sixth-year students, took place Saturday, May 11, at Gampel Pavilion. The Graduate School commencement […]

HESA Alums Offer Valuable Insight to Current Students

The Higher Education and Student Affairs (HESA) program’s first alumni feedback panel meeting this past February was a successful effort to enhance program offerings.  Alumni from a community college, a regional public university, and a technical college were invited to share their views of what elements of the current HESA program were useful and what […]

Educational Leadership Scholarship Named After Beloved UCAPP Professor

As Earle Bidwell ’71 sees it, his job as a University of Connecticut Administrator Preparation Program (UCAPP) clinical supervisor is to lead by example and help students working to become a principal, vice principal, department head or other school administrator see their strengths and “bring out all they have to offer.” This kind of dedication […]

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UConn’s Neag School Hosts Training Sessions to Prepare Educators for Crises

The Neag School is hosting three days of training aimed at helping educators prepare for and respond to various crises that can occur in schools.

Student using an iPad.

iPads 101 for Teachers

UConn’s Neag School gave 400 K-12 educators a crash course in classroom uses for the high tech tool at a conference on campus this week.

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H. Fred Simons, Former Vice President, Dies

A former academic and student affairs vice president, H. Fred Simons is also the namesake for the University's African American Cultural Center.