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Randy Bomer
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Philip Bell Dec 7
PLS RT —We just posted a RECORDED WEBINAR on how to support students receiving services in instruction. was the lead on developing this! Check out the video recording & slides building on #59…
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Barbara Pazey Dec 7
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Pedro Reyes, Ph.D. Dec 6
Congratulations on your appointment. We are proud of your leadership and work as a superintendent.
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Randy Bomer Dec 7
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Cliff Harbour Dec 7
Big Congrats to our colleague, Dr. Beverly Bower - the Board of Regents has designated her as Professor Emeritae!
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Pedro Noguera Dec 7
This says a lot about the state of the country.
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Cassie J. Brownell Dec 5
LOVE this question “Why is reading safe and writing dangerous?” from ’s Jim Hoffman during his Oscar Causey Address
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Randy Bomer Dec 6
Allison Skerrett receives the Edward Fry book award at for her wonderful book Teaching Transnational Youth.
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Leena Bakshi, Ed.D Dec 5
A6: ASK questions, build relationships and get to know your students AND their families. This allows for students to share their experiences. AND we should research and introduce non-eurocentric science. For example, looking at indigenous science (thanks !)
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Ed Fuller Dec 5
Has anyone done any research on WHY people are not entering teacher prep programs? Not guesses or conjectures. Actual research.
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Vivian Tseng Dec 5
What does it take for academics to influence policy? ~⁦
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Jesse Stommel Dec 5
Now, we find out what all that student data Instructure has been collecting is worth. Turns out it's $2 billion. For years, Instructure said, "we just don't know what we're going to do with all this educational data?"
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Randy Bomer Dec 5
Dr Sailors , we at are proud of the deep impression you have left on education research as editor of the Journal of Literacy Research!!!@JLiteracyRes
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Dr. Noreen Naseem Rdz Dec 5
Advanced PhD student or early career scholar in education doing critical research? APPLY. FOR. THIS. OPPORTUNITY.
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Randy Bomer Dec 5
Denton is listed among America's top 10 ‘boomtowns,’ because it has seen rapid population and income growth.
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Tran Nguyen Templeton Dec 5
our colleague Jim Hoffman encourages us to consider activism as a pedagogy, to resist the singular use of standardized assessments of dynamic teacher practices & positivist claims to science in research.
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Randy Bomer Dec 5
UNT Meadows chair Jim Hoffman giving his Oscar Causey address at .
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Randy Bomer Dec 5
Our colleague Dr. Jim Hoffman is about to give the Oscar Causey Address - an award he received for a lifetime of outstanding research in literacy education.
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Yong Zhao Dec 3
The PISA Illusion -- my essay in the Washington Post today.
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Misty Sailors Dec 3
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