Dr. Kelly Clark/Keefe’s philosophical and reflective approach to research and teaching attempts to look beyond conventional or commonsense boundaries of what we think we know and understand, stretching her students—and herself—to take risks and discover intellectual growth amidst uncertainty.
After teaching at the University of Vermont for 48 years, Associate Professor Lawrence Shelton says his favorite part of the job is watching students’ understanding of the world blossom.
Helping students understand Urie Bronfenbrenner’s theory of child development is a practice he’s refined over those years.
- New Faculty Add Diverse Expertise and Backgrounds
- UVM Alum Payeur Named Vermont Teacher of the Year
- Feverish World to Inspire Solutions for a Warming Planet
- Building Schools and Opportunities
- Study Explores What Makes Strong Science Teachers
- Garnett Honored as Burack Green and Gold Professor of Education
- Service Learning Award Presented to UVM Social Work Professor
- Teaching Abroad, Exploring the World
- UVM Campus Children's School Celebrates 80th Anniversary
- Eliminating Structural Barriers to Student Success