Drs. Barnes and Johnson receive grant to study culturally responsive teaching

Assistant professors Dr. Tia N. Barnes and Dr. Bridgette Johnson have been awarded a University of Delaware grant to support their study, “Examining the Relationship between Emotional Intelligence, Cultural Intelligence, and Teacher Candidate’s Self-Efficacy in Delivering Culturally Responsive Teaching Practices.” This grant was made possible through a collaborative grant program between the Delaware Center for Teacher Education and the Center for the Study of Diversity designed to support faculty in teacher preparation programs. Barnes and Johnson will be surveying early childhood education students during the spring semester. To learn more about this grant program, and the awardees, visit the UDaily article.

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