College of Education and Human Development UMN

For over 100 years, our college has had a deep and historic impact on society. We are the 3rd largest college at the U of MN.

Areas of focus for our students, staff, and faculty include closing the achievement gap, STEM education, early learning and child/youth development, educational technology and innovation, social justice, family resilience, global engagement, health across the life span, sports, and community partnerships. Our undergraduate majors: business and marketing education; early childhood education foundat

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Giving matters 02/13/2024

CEHD Connect -Giving matters: Empowering sport for all
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University of Minnesota School of Kinesiology

Giving matters Empowering sport for all | Monday, February 5th, 2024

02/12/2024

Undegrads: Come to the Major/Minor Expo on Feb. 15 in Coffman's Great Hall to learn more about many of the U's 150+ majors and 160+ minors from advisors and faculty. Get your questions on CEHD programs answered and get ready to declare! interpreters will be provided! https://majorminorexpo.umn.edu/

02/08/2024

Undergrads: The U of M's 150+ majors and minors can be overwhelming, Get helpful information on CEHD's programs at the Major/Minor Expo on Feb. 15 in Coffman's Great Hall. interpreters provided! https://majorminorexpo.umn.edu/

Intersections: Exposing and closing disability research gaps 02/07/2024

CEHD Connect - Intersections: Exposing and closing disability research gaps:

How the Institute on Community Integration is helping to overcome these disparities.

Read the story here: https://loom.ly/VsgqGM4
Institute on Community Integration

Intersections: Exposing and closing disability research gaps How the Institute on Community Integration is helping to overcome these disparities | Monday, February 5th, 2024

Ambiguous loss: When closure doesn’t exist 02/06/2024

CEHD Connect - Ambiguous loss: When closure doesn’t exist -
How Pauline Boss’ groundbreaking theory changed our view of loss

Read the story here: https://loom.ly/vz0Jj6w

University of Minnesota Dept. of Family Social Science

Ambiguous loss: When closure doesn’t exist How Pauline Boss’ groundbreaking theory changed our view of loss | Tuesday, January 23rd, 2024

02/02/2024

Where it starts - So that children can grow into flowers
Hermela Solomon
CEHD, current student, '24

As an aspiring teacher and a woman of Ethiopian descent, Hermela Solomon wants to leave a lasting imprint on children and guide them toward success and, as she says, “expose students to the beauties of a diverse world.”

At the U, Solomon has found numerous opportunities to supplement her elementary education major in Department of Curriculum & Instruction, University of Minnesota, as well as minors in racial justice in urban schooling and teaching English as a foreign language.

Learn more here: https://loom.ly/DSSp9K4

02/01/2024

Undergrads: Explore CEHD majors and minors at the Major/Minor Expo! Learn more about classes, careers, and opportunities on Feb. 15, in Coffman's Great Hall. interpreters will be provided! https://majorminorexpo.umn.edu/

02/01/2024
As Minnesota considers child protection reforms, should responsibility fall to state or counties? 01/31/2024

As Minnesota Considers Child Protection Reforms, Should Responsibility Fall to State or Counties?
January 11, 2024–Star Tribune
Traci LaLiberte, Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare
Learn more: https://loom.ly/4Q2xZI4

As Minnesota considers child protection reforms, should responsibility fall to state or counties? A Star Tribune series exposed failings in the county-run child protection system, and a legislative task force on Thursday discussed the pros and cons of a state-run system.

Minnesota schools have strong chance to improve reading scores, national report says 01/30/2024

Minnesota Schools Have Strong Chance to Improve Reading Scores, National Report Says
January 16, 2024–Star Tribune
Katie Pekel, Department of Organizational Leadership, Policy, and Development
Read the story: https://loom.ly/ddkwC2k

Minnesota schools have strong chance to improve reading scores, national report says The National Council on Teacher Quality rates the state highly for its policies, but educators say implementation is also important as training gets underway statewide.

01/29/2024

Beating the Disconnect
January 5, 2024–Parent Guide News
Bill Doherty, Department of Family Social Science
https://loom.ly/5kHF2dw

01/26/2024

We’re pleased to announce the return of the Office for Equity & Diversity’s Campus Climate Climate Micro-Grants program! Applications open on Monday, January 29, and close on March 7. If you have a project in mind that aligns with our mission to create a more inclusive and welcoming campus, we encourage you to apply for funding! This invitation extends systemwide to all University of Minnesota students, faculty, staff, and affiliated organizations. Explore the program and eligibility criteria at z.umn.edu/micro-grants

01/25/2024

Grow the next generation of arts education students

Teaching Specialist/Lecturer in PK-12 Arts Teacher Education

We seek a scholar to co-lead a vibrant team committed to imagining equity-minded PK-12 arts education. The Arts in Education program provides critical and forward-thinking preparation for those interested in exploring education broadly conceived, those interested in becoming PK-12 dance, theatre, and/or visual arts teachers, and those interested in assuming positions as scholars, researchers, or educational policymakers. The person in this role will possess an explicit commitment to equity, access, and diversity matters including, but not limited to race, social class, gender and gender identity language, and sexuality.
Apply: https://hr.myu.umn.edu/jobs/ext/359045
Department of Curriculum & Instruction, University of Minnesota

Northern Lights receives Google Gift to develop Indigenous Computer Science curriculum 01/23/2024

Northern Lights Collaborative for Computing Education in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota was recently awarded a Google Gift to support the development of an Indigenous Computer Science (CS) curriculum unit incorporating Ojibwe and Dakota languages and cultures. The collaborative will provide up to 15 schools with significant Native American student populations with stipends to attend a workshop, implement the CS curriculum unit, and provide feedback to improve the materials. Learn more: https://loom.ly/0ClBQXA

Northern Lights receives Google Gift to develop Indigenous Computer Science curriculum | Monday, December 11th, 2023

01/23/2024

The Department of Family Social Science and University of Minnesota Extension Department of Family, Health and Wellbeing seek a tenure track Assistant Professor whose research includes studying family health, resilience and thriving in the context of social and economic inequalities. The successful candidate will use community-based applied research approaches to examine how social and economic inequalities impact family resilience and thriving and the ways in which families use their cultural assets and community resources in navigating oppressive structures. Job ID # is 359354. Learn more and apply at the UMN HR website: https://hr.umn.edu/Jobs/Find-Job

01/22/2024

Toxic Coaching Can Kill Young Athletes' Confidence—and the Effects May Last for Years
December 20, 2023–MSN
Nicole LaVoi, The Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport
Learn more: https://loom.ly/-shhfCw

01/19/2024

CEHD is pleased to announce that Professor Rashné Jehangir has been named Assistant Dean for Education Opportunity Programs. In this position, she is responsible for providing leadership, development, and oversight of units in CEHD whose focus is to enhance the education opportunities of students who have traditionally been underrepresented in higher education.

She works closely with college leadership to ensure that all units within CEHD work effectively as a team and collaborate broadly with faculty, staff, and students to advance excellence and advocacy in serving the needs of underrepresented communities. Her role aims to support CEHD students but is designed to continue to build broad coalitions across colleges, state institutions, and community partners.
Learn more here: https://loom.ly/xlhX9jg

01/18/2024

Last week, CEHD hosted roughly 200 educational leaders and policy makers for Policy Breakfast. We shared early results of the Minnesota Principals Survey and heard from a panel of experts on transforming the principalship. Attendees discussed policy and practice recommendations which will be incorporated into the survey, to be released this spring. Read more: https://loom.ly/Nvct2m8

01/18/2024

Grow the next generation of science educators
Lecturer or Teaching Specialist

We are seeking an individual for our science education program. This person will teach courses and provide leadership in secondary science teacher education and provide support in elementary science education. This person will also serve as adviser for students in our secondary science MEd program and work with department and college personnel to secure field experience placements and student teaching placements.
Learn more and apply: https://hr.myu.umn.edu/jobs/ext/359333

Evaluating student learning beyond the basics 01/17/2024

Educational leaders across the country are catching on to the idea that traditional grading practices and standardized tests do not adequately capture the scope of what young people know and can do. With funding from The Civic Affairs Trust, education researchers at the University of Minnesota have developed two resources to rethink and improve the evaluation of student learning in schools. Learn more here: https://loom.ly/ek5bzdk

Evaluating student learning beyond the basics | Wednesday, December 13th, 2023

01/16/2024

educators: Join Northern Lights Collaborative on January 20 for a half-day mini professional development opportunity on "Breaking Down Free Response Questions (FQRs)" in the Advanced Placement Computer Science A (AP CSA) course.

Learn more and register: https://loom.ly/lTV0Lc4

01/15/2024

In appreciation and remembrance of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

01/11/2024

Join us for the 43rd Annual University of Minnesota Martin Luther King, Jr. Tribute Concert at Ted Mann Concert Hall on January 14 at 3 pm. A celebration featuring musical performances by members of the U of M and Twin Cities communites, and more, hosted by G. Phillip Shoultz, III of VocalEssence. This event will take place in-person at Ted Mann Concert Hall and will also be live-streamed. Free and open to the public. Info: z.umn.edu/mlk24

Event co-presented by the University of Minnesota, School of Music and Office for Equity and Diversity.

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