Project Prepare

Project PREPARE awarded funding to pay tuition for master’s degrees for 60 students from five cohorts of the Unified Early Childhood (UEC) program at the University of Florida during a five-year period.

Impact of Professional Development – Preschool Teachers

Impact of Professional Development – Preschool Teachers

This project compared professional development approaches to determine which were most effective in helping teachers implement embedded instruction practices with young children with disabilities. Researchers examined the impact of the intervention on the quality of teachers’ embedded instruction practices.

Fifth cohort selected for Project Prepare

Fifth cohort selected for Project Prepare

The fifth cohort of students who will receive a scholarship for their Master’s program in Early Childhood Studies has been selected. Fifteen students from the College of Education Early Childhood Studies program will receive funding for their Masters of Education...
Student Spotlight: Jennifer Jaramillo

Student Spotlight: Jennifer Jaramillo

Meet Jennifer Jaramillo, an Albuquerque, NM native, and second-year doctoral student at the Anita Zucker Center. Currently, Jennifer is working on the center’s Project PREPARE initiative with Dr. Mary McLean, and has worked with Dr. Patricia Snyder, Anita Zucker...
Student Spotlight: Debra Prykanowski

Student Spotlight: Debra Prykanowski

Meet Debra Prykanowski, a fifth-year doctoral candidate in the College of Education’s School of Special Education, School Psychology, and Early Childhood Studies. At the Anita Zucker Center, she has worked with Dr. Maureen Conroy, co-director, on the center’s BEST in...