UBNow sat down with Suzanne Rosenblith, dean of the Graduate School of Education, to learn more about the school’s strategic priorities, particularly its focus on teacher education, evidence-based research and community partnerships.
A collaborative grant with the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library will offer library patrons new opportunities to learn and create in a makerspace, as well as ways to measure and assess this new learning and creativity.
Guided-play sessions are part of a new research project at Early Childhood Research Center in collaboration with Fisher-Price, implementing a curriculum starring Code-a-pillar, the educational toy designed to teach coding concepts and foster computational thinking among preschoolers.
As a graduate, you will be equipped to find professional employment in public schools; in colleges and universities as members of the faculty or counseling center staff; and in private industry, government agencies, community social services agencies and hospitals.
With students from across the United States and 115 countries across the world in our classes on campus and online, our department is strengthened by the diversity of backgrounds and global perspectives represented.