Haley Haskell applies learning technologies skills in unexpected placesPosted on
Haley Haskell, senior in elementary education, has used her learning technologies minor to work with a physical education class at an Ames school, and learned the different ways technology can be used across the K-12 curriculum.
Sketchnoting pushes students to learn, retain information differently — particularly in STEMPosted on
As students learn sketchnoting — a new method of note-taking — Ann Gansemer-Topf, an associate professor in the School of Education, studies what they learn from the novel note-taking approach.
Branstad scholarship recipients discuss education with state leadersPosted on
ISU Branstad Scholarship recipients discussed their career goals, academic preparation, and statewide education issues with Governor Kim Reynolds and Lt. Governor Adam Gregg at the Iowa State Capitol.
Board of Regents approves Doctorate of Education program to start fall 2019Posted on
The Iowa Board of Regents have approved a proposed Doctorate of Education program in the School of Education to start in fall 2019.
Weightlifting is good for your heart and it doesn’t take muchPosted on
Lifting weights for less than an hour a week may reduce your risk for a heart attack or stroke by 40 to 70 percent, according to a new Iowa State University study. Spending more than an hour in the weight room did not yield any additional benefit, the researchers found. The results show benefits of strength training are independent of running, walking or other aerobic activity.
School of Education scholars continue tradition of academic excellencePosted on
This November, Iowa State University School of Education graduate students and faculty members will present at the Association for the Study of Higher Education’s (ASHE) annual conference in Tampa, Florida.
Singing may reduce stress, improve motor function for people with Parkinson’s diseasePosted on
In a recent study done by Iowa State researchers, singing has been found to reduce stress and improve motor function in people with Parkinson's disease. While it is "preliminary data," the study shows that the improvements among participants are similar to improvements made from taking medicine.
Oesterreich to receive national 2018 Excellence in Extension AwardPosted on
Lesia Oesterreich from Iowa State University will receive the 2018 Excellence in Extension Award from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Cooperative Extension, and the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities. Oesterreich is being recognized for her educational programs that help teachers and caregivers significantly increase understanding in child development, early learning, positive behavior reinforcement and nutrition, as well as health and safety practices.
Study to explore how cognitive development affects later attitudes toward physical activityPosted on
Kinesiology professor Panteleimon Ekekkaki and graduate student Matthew Ladwig are working to find how cognitive development affects attitudes toward physical activity later in life.
Reason named interim associate dean of the College of Human SciencesPosted on
Robert Reason, professor and associate director for research and administration in the School of Education at Iowa State University, has been named interim associate dean for undergraduate academic affairs in the College of Human Sciences.