While technology can be distracting and multitasking impairs attention, school is where students can learn how to use technology as a learning tool.
Tag: 2017 Spring
Instead of asking which form of writing to teach, we should ask what we most want for our students as they learn to write. What’s the end goal?
The school-to-prison pipeline is a way of describing the unintended but ultimately catastrophic link between zero-tolerance school discipline policies and the criminalization of youth.
It may be a surprise to hear that we are facing a teacher shortage when many districts and states are also short of funds. But in fact, many districts face a shortage, especially in key areas such as math, science, and special education.
SPU Writer-in-Residence Suzanne M. Wolfe’s novel The Confessions of X, has won the 2017 Christianity Today Book of the Year Award in fiction.
David Leong challenges the discussion of race as solely individual, and urges people to engage with historic and geographic policies and structures — such as literal neighborhoods — in his new book, Race and Place: How Urban Geography Shapes the Journey to Reconciliation.
For the global impact of his innovative developments in cybersecurity, and the global good his innovation supports, Jeff Hussey ’83 has been named SPU’s 2017 Alumnus of the Year.
SPU’s Family and Consumer Sciences department offers degrees in both interior design and interior merchandising.
She’s still the all-time leading scorer in Seattle Pacific women’s basketball history.
From the education program’s infancy in 1921, SPU has shown an uncommon aptitude for training educators.