Connecticut lawmakers and education leaders seeking to reduce the use of restraints and seclusion in public schools were encouraged this week by EPSY Professor George Sugai who offered a successful, research-driven alternative to addressing disruptive student behaviors. More than 100 people attended a two-hour presentation at the state Capitol on Jan. 27, where professors George Sugai and […]
Educational Psychology professor James C. Kaufman found that traditional college admission practices are capturing only part of a student’s overall potential when they overlook creativity. Read more at http://spotlight.education.uconn.edu/2016/creativity-found-lacking-in-college-admissions-process/.
D. Betsy McCoach, Measurement, Evaluation, and Assessment Program Coordinator, was named the 2016 Neag Distinguished Researcher. This award is given to a senior level-investigator in the Neag School of Education who, over at least the past 10-year period of time (at least five consecutive years at UConn), has made significant research contributions to his or […]