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19 April 2017

HECHINGER REPORT: The biggest tech trendsetter you know just may be – your local teacher

Bart Epstein, Founding CEO of the Jefferson Education Accelerator, makes the case that if "we give teachers more say and better decision-support tools, we should expect to see more of the most effective ed tech tools rise to the top."
18 April 2017

So Real

Last fall teacher candidates in the Curry School met with virtual parents to practice discussing ways to make their students more successful
12 April 2017

Alumni Spotlight: Anne Constant (M.Ed. ’72, Ed.D. ’79 English Ed)

“Everyone gets help somewhere along the way, and everyone has something to give back.”

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28 March 2017

I am an Educator: Natalie Eichner

Natalie Eichner, a second-year PhD student, shares how she found the Kinesiology program in the Curry School and what kept her in the program for three degrees. Natalie explains from an intimate perspective why kinesiology is so well-suited for a school of education. Natalie is also a 2016 scholarship recipient and plans to pursue a career as a physician-scientist after her third walk across the Lawn.


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12 January 2017

Meet Branching Minds, JEA's Newest Partner

The Jefferson Education Accelerator continues to add partners to its portfolio. Most recently, JEA announced their newest partnership with Branching Minds. Look at the video below to see Maya Gat, Branching Minds Founder share her story.


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03 December 2016

Curry School's Innovative Concussion Research

Professor Jacob Resch provides insight into the innovate concussion research that is taking place at the Curry School. Dr. Resch, along with his colleagues in the Exercise and Sport Injury Laboratory, are working daily on research that will guide the diagnosis and treatment of concussions.

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