Education & Human Development
Dr. Papia Bawa, Assistant Professor in Education and Human Development, received the 2021-2022 Faculty/Staff Technology Support Initiative Grant for the “MSID Technology Enhancement for Market Readiness Project”.
BS in Biology, MSEd in Education and Human Development
Departments of Education and Human Development & Educational Administration Awarded Teacher Pipeline Innovation Grant
The Max and Marian Farash Charitable Foundation awarded Brockport a Teacher Pipeline Innovation Grant for $86,628. The grant will provide pilot funding to explore the impacts of various direct financial support models intended to expand the supply of teacher candidates from historically underrepresented backgrounds.
Dr. Papia Bawa published an article titled “What Do They Think and Why it Matters? Views of Administrators and Faculty on the Use of Massively Multiplayer Online Games for Learning,” taking a look at game-based technology integration in curriculums.
Dr. Amy Shema, Professor of Education and Human Development and Director of SummerLEAP, and Aracely Hernandez, SummerLEAP graduate assistant, presented at the Critical Questions in Education Conference in Charleston, SC.
Research finds video games to be an effective teaching tool in classrooms.
Dr. Natalie Svrcek (Assistant Professor in the Department of Education and Human Development) published an article in the Journal of Literacy Research.
Dr. Kathleen Colantonio-Yurko, Dr. Kathleen Olmstead, and Dr. Henry “Cody” Miller (Education and Human Development) along with doctoral student Shelby Boehm (University of Florida) published an article in Girlhood Studies.
Dr. Papia Bawa (Assistant Professor in Education and Human Development) published an article in the International Journal of Game-Based Learning.
Natalie Sue Svrcek, Kathleen Colantonio-Yurko, and Henry “Cody” Miller presented their emerging research on using kids and young adult literature to teach for social justice to attendees at Mornings with the Professors.