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“Reading at a Crossroads” co-edited by professor, alumni

May 11, 2015
“Reading at a Crossroads” co-edited by professor, alumni

Rand Spiro, professor of educational psychology, is lead editor of “Reading at a Crossroads? Disjunctures and Continuities in Current Conceptions and Practices,” recently published by Routledge. The book examines how the Internet is transforming reading and learning-through-reading with contributions from distinguished experts in the field. Spiro, along with four alumni, co-edited the book. “Too much of...
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Course honored as Best Online at MSU

April 17, 2015
Course honored as Best Online at MSU

An online course from the College of Education was selected as the Best Fully Online course for the 2015 AT&T Faculty-Staff Award Competition in Instructional Technology awards. The course, CEP 811: Adapting Innovative Technologies to Education, was designed and developed by Leigh Graves Wolf and Michelle Schira Hagerman. “CEP 811 is designed to push...
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Kids grasp large numbers remarkably young

December 18, 2013
Kids grasp large numbers remarkably young

Children as young as 3 understand multi-digit numbers more than previously believed and may be ready for more direct math instruction when they enter school, according to research led by a Michigan State University education scholar. The study, online in the journal Child Development and funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of...
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New approach urged for ‘abysmal’ K-12 writing instruction

October 11, 2013
New approach urged for ‘abysmal’ K-12 writing instruction

Writing instruction in U.S. classrooms is “abysmal” and the Common Core State Standards don’t go far enough to address glaring gaps for students and teachers, a Michigan State University education scholar argues. In a new study, Gary Troia calls for a fresh approach to professional development for teachers who must help students meet the...
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Posted in Academics, Alumni, CEPSE, Certification, CITE PhD Program, College News, Educational Administration, Educational Policy Center, Elementary Education, Master of Arts in Education, Research, Special Education, Teacher Education, Teacher Preparation |

Spatial training boosts math learning

June 25, 2013
Spatial training boosts math learning

Training young children in spatial reasoning can improve their math performance, according to a groundbreaking study from Michigan State University education scholars. The researchers trained 6- to 8-year-olds in mental rotation, a spatial ability, and found their scores on addition and subtraction problems improved significantly. The mental rotation training involved imagining how two halves...
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Twitter can give power to the people

April 18, 2013
Twitter can give power to the people

Twitter can easily teach people about social movements such as Occupy Wall Street and even entice them to participate, according to a new study by a Michigan State University education doctoral student. The social networking site – which lets users read, send and group together 140-character messages known as tweets – can actually be...
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