The University of Wisconsin System has selected Hilary Snow and Megan Orcholski of UWM as 2023-2024 Wisconsin Teaching Fellows & Scholars.
ArtsECO is a collaboration between the Peck School of the Arts and the School of Education that aims to support teachers and aspiring teachers in applying the arts throughout the curriculum.
Faculty members from the School of Education recently received a $2.87 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education for an inclusive early childhood education program.
The Leaders from a Good Land program, run by the Electa Quinney Institute at UWM, helps prepare and support teachers and administrators.
Student teaching is always a challenge, but Siraj Khan faced a harder than usual assignment. His student teaching started right after his students returned to the classroom after a long pandemic break.
Three faculty members have been named UWM distinguished professors by a panel of current faculty holding that title. The addition brings the current active number in this prestigious group to 24.
Krishana Robinson teaches students who have been detained at Milwaukee’s juvenile justice center. It can be a difficult task, but she finds ways to help as many as she can.
Lynden Sculpture Garden’s virtual story time reaches youngsters ages 4 to 8 years old as a way “to start conversations with children about displacement, adaptation, and belonging.”
Megan Tervoort is one of the hundreds of elementary and high school students who have benefited from a UWM effort started amid the pandemic shutdown to help students struggling with online classes.
Children tend to think of mathematicians as being old white men, a perception that can prevent them from seeing themselves in math-intensive fields. Teachers and researchers are working to change that.