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ENHP Faculty to Give Presentations on Current Research Projects
Faculty members from the Department of Education in the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions are sharing current research projects through public presentations this spring.
The University community is invited to attend. No reservations are required.
All presentations will take place in Hillyer Hall, room 207, from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m.
Upcoming presentations are as follows:
Tuesday, April 9
Working Through Disequilibrium by Cultivating Inner Resources: A Valuable Tool in Classroom Learning
Peter Oliver, associate professor of educational psychology and human development
Tuesday, April 16
Supporting Struggling Math Learners: Ongoing Work on the Etiology of Math Difficulty (MD) and Instructional Strategies to Support Struggling Learners
John Tapper, assistant professor of elementary education
Tuesday, April 23
Exploring a Collaborative Blogging Approach to Literacy and Learning
Lisa Zawilinski, assistant professor of elementary education
For more information, visit the ENHP website.