Welcome to the Department of Educational Psychology

The University of Connecticut stands among the top 25 public universities in the nation. The Department of Educational Psychology within UConn’s Neag School of Education is ranked by U.S. News & World Report at No. 19 in the nation and is one of the University’s most productive departments. We offer Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Arts degrees in Educational Psychology with concentrations in:

  • Cognition, Instruction, and Learning Technology
  • Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology
  • Giftedness, Creativity, and Talent Development
  • Research Methods, Measurement and Evaluation
  • School Psychology
  • Special Education

We also offer a Master of Arts in Educational Psychology with concentration in Educational Technology.

Cognition, Instruction, and Learning Technology

Cognition, Instruction, and Learning Technology

Research Methods, Measurement, and Evaluation

Research Methods, Measurement, and Evaluation

Clewiston Challenger.

Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology

School Psychology

School Psychology

Student wearing VR headset.

Educational
Technology

 

Jennifer Freeman.

Special Education

Student wearing VR headset.

Giftedness, Creativity, and Talent Development

Pamphlets on rack.

Graduate Certificates

Recent Department News

Parent overseeing a child working on a laptop.

How to Create a Classroom Teaching Matrix for Remote Instruction

This practice brief shares tips for maintaining continuity of learning through defining classroom expectations for remote (i.e., distance) instruction and online learning environments. With a few adaptations, teachers can use a PBIS framework to make remote learning safe, predictable, and positive.

School-wide positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS) is an evidence-based framework for improving school climate, social-emotional competence, and academic achievement, and decreasing unsafe behavior in schools. Just as in a brick-and-mortar school, PBIS can be used to make virtual (i.e., online) education more effective. Read the brief in full

Photo of Chafouleas speaking

Direct Behavior Rating: An Interview With Sandra Chafouleas

Guest Sandra Chafouleas shares insight how into the Direct Behavior Rating (DBR) System can be effective and efficient as a progress monitoring tool as well as a targeted screening toolListen to the podcast episode or read the transcript

Clewiston Challenger.

Meet the Researcher: Clewiston Challenger, Educational Psychology

Clewiston Challenger never intended to be a researcher. When he was young, Challenger wanted to be a police officer. As an undergraduate at the University of Connecticut, he originally majored in biology with the aim of becoming a scientistRead the feature on Clewiston Challenger

Confratute 2020 Registration Opens

Light bulb illustration.Learn how to differentiate, and enrich and meet, the needs of ALL learners. Participate in hands-on, personal, highly engaging work with experts in the field, including Joseph Renzulli, Sally Reis, Sandra Kaplan, Del Siegle, Brian Housand, Jann Leppien, and Marcia Gentry. Take part in work that supports the implementation of thousands of Schoolwide Enrichment Model (SEM) programs nationally and internationallyRegister online

Upcoming Events

  1. Apr 20 ***CANCELLED*** Esteemed Holocaust Scholar Christopher Browning to Speak at UConn 5:00pm
  2. Jul 12 Confratute 202012:00pm
  3. Jul 13 Confratute 202012:00pm
  4. Jul 14 Confratute 202012:00pm
  5. Jul 15 Confratute 202012:00pm
  6. Jul 16 Confratute 202012:00pm
  7. Jul 17 Confratute 202012:00pm