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UABTeach will serve as the pedagogical core of the Alabama Rural Learning Accelerator by providing faculty and interns as virtual educators and tutors to students in Bullock County.
UAB School of Education students and faculty spent time reading and engaging with local area elementary school students in celebration of literacy advocacy.
The UAB School of Education is offering free online English courses to the community this fall.
In response to increasing case numbers and hospitalizations and in consultation with UAB infectious disease and public health experts, UAB is canceling large indoor events to protect the health and safety of students, faculty, staff and the community.
UAB graduate student Shekwonya Samuel participated in a research project to address a lack of representation of minority populations in biomedical research.
Yvonne Earnshaw, Ph.D.,’s co-edited book on learner and user experience design received more than 30,000 hits within five months of being published online.
All 2020 graduates and spring 2021 graduates are invited to participate. Masks will be required, and there is no limit on guests; but everyone will need to be socially distanced. Parking will be free.
The entire UAB community has come together to protect one another while continuing to serve the community.
UAB School of Education assistant professor Claire Mowling teaches prospective physical education teachers and also runs an after-school program for children, called “Move It.”
Chelsea Walker-Griner, a 2011 Gates Millennium scholarship recipient, will graduate with an educational specialist degree in teaching English to speakers of other languages from the School of Education on Dec. 11.
UAB’s Tonya Perry, Ph.D., was honored by the National Council of Teachers of English with the Advancement of People of Color Leadership award.
A UAB expert explains how you can help strengthen children’s attention during virtual learning.
School of Education Associate Professor Gordon Fisher will assess the benefits of home-based, telehealth, high-intensity interval exercise for improving cardiometabolic health in people with longstanding spinal cord injuries.
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