Author Archives: Christine McBride

UD Teacher training designed to avoid child abuse

At the University of Delaware, students studying to become teachers are regularly immersed in training designed to avoid future sexual misconduct issues with minors, while protecting children under their care Read More

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UD Alumna receives STEM Award

Ruth Fuchs, MI ’12 (School Library),received DE’s first STEM Educator Award – K–8. Fuchs, the librarian at McIlvaine Early Childhood Center in Magnolia, created interactive multi-media for young students to Read More

This entry was posted in Alumni, Awards, News.

UD Health & Physical Education named in top ten list

UD’s Health & Physical Education major was named as one of the top ten  programs for health and physical fitness in the United States by College Factual.  Read more…

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UD Alumna Megan Szabo is Delaware Teacher of the Year

Megan Szabo, a University of Delaware alumna whose career path was set when she decided to combine her love of science with the inspiration she found from watching her father Read More

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Teacher Education Graduates Receive Presidential Citation for Outstanding Achievement

Ten distinguished University of Delaware alumni were honored with the Presidential Citation for Outstanding Achievement on Friday, Oct. 17, as part of Homecoming Weekend. The ceremony was held  in the Read More

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Service learning through mentoring

Every semester, approximately 80 UD elementary teacher education students begin their first experience service learning by mentoring at the Latin American Community Center (LACC) or the Fraim Boys and Girls Read More

This entry was posted in Elementary education, News, Students.

UD student attends special education conference in Ireland

When Rebecca Vitelli’s mentor Myae Han, University of Delaware associate professor of human development and family studies, suggested she attend the international conference of the Association for the Study of Read More

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UD summer camp aims to educate youth about the fun side of science

Anyone can be a scientist, science can be lots of fun and — to the surprise and delight of most of the children who participated in the 2014 University of Read More

This entry was posted in Graduate Studies, News, Students.

Article in Journal of Music Teacher Education

The acticle  “Staying in Tune with Music Education: Policy Awareness among Undergraduate Music Education Majors” by Suzanne Burton, Jenna Knaster and Maria Knieste of the Department of Music has been Read More

This entry was posted in Faculty, News, Secondary Education.

Faculty receive CTAL grants

Kate Scantlebury and Hannah Kim were among the  University of Delaware faculty members awarded instructional grants  by UD’s Center for Teaching and Assessment of Learning (CTAL) to support innovative curriculum Read More

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