Top 10 stories of 2018
2018 was quite a year for the College of Education and Human Ecology – a new dean was named, research discoveries helped deliver significant social impact and the college expanded its international reach.
Below is the list of the college’s most-read news of the year:
EHE Professor Catherine P. Montalto is creating science that is making an impact on a national scale, and helping universities create or enhance personal finance education programs for their students.
Eighty-seven teachers from Mexico spent part of last summer with the college learning to teach bilingual education. This English-teaching initiative is helping Mexico’s Ministry of Education train 98,000 new teachers.
A new EHE study by Roger Goddard has found students' relationships with parents, teachers, administrators and community are 3-5 times more effective at improving learning than spending alone.
Recognizing the signs of suicide is the one of the most effective ways to prevent it. Darcy Haag Granello, professor of counselor education, shares five ways to make an impact.
In Upper Arlington, Ohio, Tremont Elementary School Principal Jim Buffer, ’86 BS, ’89 MA, knows a thing or two about building a culture of trust and fostering relationships in schools. A day in his world underscores that even the subtlest messages matter.
Researchers Emily Rodgers and Jerome D'Agostino developed a new intervention that is closing the reading gap for young students in special education. The one-to-one reading lesson method has helped students make more progress in 12 weeks than they did in their first two years of school.
New York Times best-selling author Tara Westover talked with the College of Education and Human Ecology in an exclusive interview about her unconventional upbringing and what others can learn about education from her experience. Her book, Educated: A Memoir, has been on the best-seller list for nearly a year.
A new study by human nutrition researcher Ouliana Ziouzenkova has discovered a blood marker that could speed accurate diagnosis – and proper treatment – of bipolar disorder in children.
Leeann Lower, the newest professor in sport management, shares how combining her research, teaching and service at Ohio State matches her passions and strengths for “the perfect, perfect dream job.”
Support children's success in learning math by encouraging them to use their own strategies to understand and solve problems. Patricia Brosnan offers three steps to help facilitate young kids' learning.
Don Pope-Davis was chosen as the third dean of the College of Education and Human Ecology in May.
Newly minted doctor of education Keith Bell has made it his mission and personal passion to understand why university admission rates for first-year black men are so low and what can be done to turn the tide.
The most-connected generation is becoming more disconnected than ever, and school counselors see technology as a big reason why.
Happy reading! Happy New Year!