College of Education

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We innovate, we inspire

Provost Butler highlights forward-thinking UI endeavors past and present
For more than a century, the University of Iowa’s educational approaches have changed the way we learn and teach on this campus, serving and inspiring students and teachers across the nation and beyond. Provost Butler discusses how we continue to advance that tradition.
UI student Mandi Burkley shows off a double robot.

KCRG UI unveils new high-tech, collaborative space to prepare future teachers

The UI College of Education recently unveiled a $2 million renovation project on the first floor of Lindquist Center North. The project brought together four separate offices—the Teacher Leader Center, Education Technology Center, Iowa Center for Assistive Technology Education and Research, and I-SERVE.

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University of Iowa names new College of Education dean

Daniel L. Clay, dean of the University of Missouri College of Education, has been named the next dean of the University of Iowa College of Education.
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Teaching innovations for 21st-century educators

UI College of Education unveils new collaborative high-tech space
Double Robots and Sphero Balls were just two of many new educational technologies featured in the Feb. 4 grand opening of the University of Iowa College of Education’s new high-tech, collaborative space in Lindquist Center North—a real "game-changer" in preparing 21st-century educators.
UI assistant professor Mary Cohen leads inmates and community volunteers during a practice with the Oakdale Prison Community Choir, Tuesday, March 3, 2009, at the Iowa Medical & Classification Center, in Coralville, Iowa.

The Gazette (Cedar Rapids) UI's Cohen brings music to prisons

 Mary Cohen, an associate professor of music education, created a graduate seminar in 2009 based at the Iowa Medical and Classification Center in Coralville—known locally as the Oakdale Prison, which is about restorative and transformative justice.

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Dialogue across differences

Watt selected as Chief Diversity Office's inaugural faculty fellow
Sherry Watt was recently selected as the UI Chief Diversity Office’s inaugural faculty fellow, a cornerstone of the university’s diversity and inclusion efforts.

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