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Sharona Horton is already thinking of the first-grade class she’d like to see after she graduates next year and becomes a teacher. It would take in special needs students and English language learners in true inclusivity.
Carrie Tzou, associate professor in the School of Educational Studies and recipient of the 2020 Distinguished Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity Award tells UW Bothell Magazine, “The need for scientific and data literacy is more important than ever.”
In the course, Disability in Society, Jason Naranjo, senior lecturer in the School of Educational Studies, examines history, theory, values and assumptions about disability in the context of schools and society.
Education researchers at the University of Washington Bothell are helping lead a project that fosters teaching K12 students to integrate science and art. Through this integration, researchers aim to broaden the participation of students in science, technology, engineering and math.
Hesbeyda Villafana (American & Ethnic Studies and Educational Studies '20) is planning for graduate school and a career pursuing equity and social justice in education back home in the Yakima Valley.
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