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The College of Education at the University of New Mexico is a vibrant research community committed to promoting, supporting, and strengthening education. Our faculty members are engaged in cutting-edge research and scholarship that inform professional understandings, practices, and identities. These efforts provide valuable opportunities for our students to integrate research and education into their academic experience.

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The College of Education at the University of New Mexico is a vibrant research community committed to promoting, supporting, and strengthening education. Our faculty members are engaged in cutting-edge research and scholarship that inform professional understandings, practices, and identities. These efforts provide valuable opportunities for our students to integrate research and education into their academic experience.

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    Service Learning in Teacher Education

    Service Learning in Teacher Education

    Marjori Krebs speaks about the potential of Service Learning to combine service to the community with activities, exercises, and processes that bring deeper meaning to the experience - both for students and for those benefitting from their service.

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    Exergaming: Get Up and Move in Physical Education

    Exergaming: Get Up and Move in Physical Education

    Glenn Hushman shares his work combining the allure of video games and modern entertainment with effective practice in Physical Education.

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    Welcome to Research

    Welcome to Research

    Dr. David Scott provides a welcome and brief introduction to the Research Department at the University of New Mexico's College of Education.

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    Technology-Enhanced Professional Development for Educators: Creating Safe, Supportive School Environments for LGBTQIA Learners

    Technology-Enhanced Professional Development for Educators: Creating Safe, Supportive School Environments for LGBTQIA Learners

    Our project is designed to raise awareness and to provide supportive resources to teachers, counselors, and other education professionals working to prevent and effectively respond to face-to-face and electronic bullying of students, especially those who do not conform to traditional gender norms, such as LGBTQ students.

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    Expanding Transborder Pedagogies: An analysis of Chicana/Mexicana feminist ontologies and epistemologies

    Expanding Transborder Pedagogies: An analysis of Chicana/Mexicana feminist ontologies and epistemologies

    This research project brings together a selection of theoretical and creative Chicana and Latin American feminists works from the U.S. and those compiled at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) in Mexico City. These conceptual and creative works are used as the source for framing transborder Global South women-centered ontologies and epistemologies.

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    Investigating New Special Educator Recruitment and Retention: Administrator Knowledge and Supports

    Investigating New Special Educator Recruitment and Retention: Administrator Knowledge and Supports

    In this study we interviewed local elementary school administrators to determine the knowledge administrators have regarding special education teacher instructional knowledge and skills, the types of induction support new special educators receive, and the knowledge of and support given to new special educators from alternate certification routes.

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