UW–Madison student honored as one of 365 inspiring Arab women

February 1, 2021

UW–Madison student Claudia Matta Ramly was recently selected as one of "365 Inspiring Arab Women" by Women in Business Arabia. Ramly is a PhD student in the School of Education’s Department of Educational Psychology. She is also a project assistant in the Learning, Representations, and Technology Lab, housed in the School of Education.

School of Education announces master’s program scholarship to address inequities

January 29, 2021

Graduate students committed to tackling education opportunity gaps can apply for the Committed Scholars Program to earn their master’s in educational psychology with a concentration in the growing field of learning analytics. The Master of Science in Educational Psychology: Learning Analytics program empowers graduates to change teaching, learning and policy by harnessing vast amounts of educational data that will help guide decisions and improvements in education to bridge the equity gap.

The School of Education’s moments in time 2020

December 21, 2020

What a year it has been! Since the onset of the pandemic in March 2020, we faced challenges that few could have envisioned. Despite 2020 being such a unique year, our School of Education has retained its sense of optimism — and a belief in big ideas.

Winter 2020 graduates are ready to lead and inspire

December 10, 2020

On Sunday, Dec. 13, UW–Madison will celebrate its Winter 2020 Commencement. We reached out to a few of our new School of Education graduates to learn more about their favorite memories, advice for incoming students, and most importantly, which is the best Babcock ice cream flavor.

UW-Madison researcher’s instrument design fuels groundbreaking international study of teaching

November 19, 2020

Essential to the study’s success are observation systems designed by Courtney Bell, a principal investigator of the study and a UW–Madison learning sciences professor who directs the School of Education’s Wisconsin Center for Education Research (WCER). In building these systems collaboratively with global teaching experts, Bell’s team created the first standardized observational instruments used to measure the teaching and learning of the same unit of instruction across multiple countries.

UW–Madison’s Puntambekar contributes to $20 million NSF-funded artificial intelligence initiative

September 21, 2020

UW–Madison’s Sadhana Puntambekar will collaborate with national researchers on establishing one of five artificial intelligence (AI) institutes and education hubs. A $100 million initiative of the National Science Foundation, the centers are the single most significant federal investment to date in exploring how AI can benefit the United States’ quality of life, economy, and international competitiveness.