January 10, 2023
A recent story in Men’s Health magazine that takes on the concept of “toxic forgiveness” consulted with UW–Madison’s Robert Enright, an expert in forgiveness science and professor in the School of Education’s Department of Educational Psychology. But Enright says the whole idea that forgiveness could be toxic is a “misunderstanding of what forgiving another person actually is.”
January 5, 2023
UW–Madison students living in University Housing each year have the ability to recognize outstanding educators via the Honored Instructor program. This fall's list of Honored Instructors includes nine outstanding educators from the School of Education.
January 4, 2023
As we welcome 2023, we wanted to look back and share photos that highlight some of the special moments that took place across our School in 2022. What an amazing year it was!
November 11, 2022
David Williamson Shaffer has been appointed the Sears Bascom Professor of Learning Analytics in the UW–Madison School of Education.
November 4, 2022
UW–Madison’s Yuanru Tan, a doctoral student in the Department of Educational Psychology's Learning Sciences program, received the Best Student Paper Award at this year's International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography, which took place in Copenhagen, Denmark, Oct. 15-19.
November 1, 2022
“We, as a School, will be collectively starting a journey to more intentionally engage with learning and professional development related to EDI," says Percival Matthews, the School of Education's associate dean for equity, diversity, and inclusion.
October 10, 2022
The Daily Cardinal sat down with UW–Madison’s Mitchell Nathan recently for a conversation about his research, effective teaching, and study techniques. Nathan is a Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor in the School of Education’s top-ranked Department of Educational Psychology.
September 22, 2022
Martina Rau is one of the most productive researchers in the world in her field, according to an analysis just published in Educational Psychology Review.
September 21, 2022
Madison’s NBC15/WMTV utilized the expertise of UW–Madison’s Katie Eklund for a recent report on the shortage of mental health professionals in Wisconsin schools. While many districts are struggling currently, Eklund expressed a positive outlook for recruiting the next generation of these professionals.
September 7, 2022
Diagrams commonly used to teach chemistry concepts sometimes do more harm than good in students’ learning experiences, according to a new study from UW–Madison's Martina Rau.