Displaying items by tag: school of education

Finding balance through intentional movement can open a child’s eyes to a world of possibilities.
For many parents, talking about surgery can be tough. UAB doctors help share tips for having these conversations.
UAB and the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education have partnered on a grant that enables preschool educators to help their English-learning students with proven positive results.
Students entering kindergarten who were behind in their social-behavioral development were more likely to be held back, suspended or expelled in the future.
The new play therapy room at the UAB Community Counseling Clinic has expanded its services to meet the counseling needs of younger children.
Keep kids moving this summer to combat obesity and improve concentration, memory and behavior.
The School of Education will host students from 19 high schools the week of May 13 as part of a program to increase the number of low-income students who are prepared to enter and succeed in college.
After more than a decade as a journalist, John Marc Green has found his second career with a master’s degree in instructional design and development.
Award-winning author Diane McWhorter visits UAB for a book signing and lecture.  
A child’s development comes from the ability to read and the development of motor skills through physical activity, both of which can be used in classroom settings.
SHAPE America has acknowledged associate professor of education with an award for the Southern district college/university physical educator of the year.
Page 8 of 20