Summertime is a great opportunity to take even a small break away from school, projects, and work. This week, our graduate students share some non-work highlights from their summer. Here’s what they said! Daniela Avelar 5th Year Learning Sciences… Continue Reading
Applying for PhD programs is exciting, but can also be overwhelming and stressful. How do you even begin the process? From narrowing down different programs to working on application materials, deciding which doctoral program is right for you takes some… Continue Reading
With August well under way, we want to share some news from the Learning Sciences faculty, students, and staff during July. Please check out the links and descriptions below. Select New Presentations and Publications Associate Professor Danielle Ford and colleagues… Continue Reading
Two weeks ago, the Learning Sciences Brown Bag Series hosted its first guest speaker, Dr. Krista Byers-Heinlein! Byers-Heinlein is an associate professor in the School of Psychology at Concordia University. Byers-Heinlein’s work offered great insight into early bilingualism. During her… Continue Reading
Members of UD Learning Sciences are presenting at this year’s virtual American Psychological Association conference! The conference will take place August 6-8. Check out a preview of our group’s work below! Fourth year PhD student Caroline Gaudreau is presenting on… Continue Reading
Asking questions is crucial to children’s engagement, motivation, and overall learning. Although children’s questions help them identify new, interesting information that keeps them engaged, they may struggle to know what to ask if not taught how to ask. When adults… Continue Reading
Last month, June 2nd, Daniela Avelar kicked off the first Learning Sciences Brown Bag series with her talk titled “Video Chat in the Times of COVID-19” with the help of Dani Levine, Maya Kaliakin, Sydney Flaumbaum, and Roberta Golinkoff. Daniela… Continue Reading
Just launched: A blog about the happenings of the University of Delaware Learning Sciences Program faculty, students, staff, and affiliates. We will be sharing information about our research, our partnerships, and our lives.