Teaching and learning

Webinar: Trauma-informed care

Webinar: Trauma-informed care

The School of Education and Human Development hosted a free webinar focused on trauma-informed approaches and care strategies that teachers […]

2020 Faculty Convocation Awards Ceremony

2020 Faculty Convocation Awards Ceremony

Each year, the Office of the Provost recognizes individuals with significant achievements in their scholarly pursuits during the annual Faculty […]

Alumna whips up her own business

Alumna whips up her own business

A couple of Asians, an American and a European walked into an Argentinian kitchen. They all walked out with something […]

Podcast: Being an education major and remembering our favorite teachers with Anel Velasquez

Podcast: Being an education major and remembering our favorite teachers with Anel Velasquez

Education runs deep in Anel Velasquez’s family. Her mother is a language arts teacher. Her grandfather taught mathematics in Cuba. […]

Understanding and accepting science identity

Understanding and accepting science identity

Studies have shown college students from racial minorities pursuing science have trouble seeing themselves as scientists. Justin Carmel, an assistant […]

Connecting and supporting educators, virtually

Connecting and supporting educators, virtually

School-aged children learning English shouldn’t have to face the difficult, disorienting process used in schools today. Things can and must […]

FIU@Home: Explore Narratives to Cope with Pandemic

FIU@Home: Explore Narratives to Cope with Pandemic

Home is the first learning laboratory. This series brings opportunities to discover, explore and create to life-long learners everywhere. Through […]

AP teacher shifts mindset as students prepare for exam

AP teacher shifts mindset as students prepare for exam

As a statistics teacher of mostly seniors at Southwest Miami Senior High School, Jessica Collazo wishes she had the chance […]

Teachers make an impact even at a distance

Teachers make an impact even at a distance

Shifting their curriculum to an online platform was not the plan for many teachers throughout the country. The COVID-19 pandemic […]

A moment of gratitude for our teachers

A moment of gratitude for our teachers

Thirteen years averaging 13,000 hours – that’s how much time a child in the United States, on average, spends in […]