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Current Projects

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Our Work

CEQP researchers are experts in early childhood literacy, restorative practices, peer-to-peer learning, students’ physical and emotional safety, online STEM curricula for English language learners and students experiencing disabilities, Native American curricula and ways of teaching and learning, and family engagement to support the success of Latinx students. We also teach educational equity to emerging school leaders. In collaboration with community elders, families, teachers, students, and school leaders, we have developed the following programs focused on educational equity:

Click on the images below to learn more about the programs

MILES DE MANOS

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Project Juntos (Together) and the bilingual (Spanish-English) Conexiones (Connections) curriculum to support Latinx middle school student success through (a) promoting Latinx parent engagement in schools, (b) developing educational equity leadership skills of educators and parents, and (c) bridging families’ and educators’ expectations, skills, and commitments to middle school Latinx youth through direct contact and relationships.

Testing the Efficacy of a School-Based Youth Violence Preventive Intervention in a High-Risk International Context

PROJECT ESCOLAR

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Project ESCOLAR (Etext Supports for Collaborative Online Learning and Academic Reading) improves scientific knowledge among middle school students, with particular focus on students who are English learners and/or have learning disabilities. 

Effective Scholastic Curriculum for Online Learning and Academic Results

FSM RtI

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Project SOARS is a comprehensive school safety framework for high schools, including: (a) the Advocatr app allowing students to report positive behaviors contributing to a more equitable school culture, as well as negative behaviors such as bullying and harassment; (b) classroom-based instruction in self-advocacy, emotional safety, and restorative practices, and; (c) a student-led safety campaign to promote student ownership of school climate. Website: 

Federated States of Micronesia: Response to Intervention

LEAPS

Honoring Tribal Legacies is a digital collection of teaching resources created by indigenous curriculum designers in response to the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. Also includes a teacher experiential learning summer institute. Website: 

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Latino Education after Public School

PROJECT BASICS

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Project PRIDE, professional development for teachers and school staff in classroom-based restorative practices designed to complement multi-tiered support systems, such as PBIS, in high schools. Website: 

Behavioral Accountability for a Successful Instructional Climate in Schools

CPAN PROJECTS

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PeerLearning.net is a Web-based software app that automates the design and delivery of peer learning lessons (aka cooperative learning). These lessons have positive effects on student behavior, social-emotional skills, engagement and achievement.

The Center for the Prevention of Abuse and Neglect

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PeerLearning.net is a Web-based software app that automates the design and delivery of peer learning lessons (aka cooperative learning). These lessons have positive effects on student behavior, social-emotional skills, engagement and achievement.

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A community-campus partnership to reduce child abuse and neglect 90% by 2030 in Lane Co, OR

HONORING TRIBAL LEGACIES

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PeerLearning.net is a Web-based software app that automates the design and delivery of peer learning lessons (aka cooperative learning). These lessons have positive effects on student behavior, social-emotional skills, engagement and achievement.

MESOAMERICAN CULTURES AND THEIR HISTORIES

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PeerLearning.net is a Web-based software app that automates the design and delivery of peer learning lessons (aka cooperative learning). These lessons have positive effects on student behavior, social-emotional skills, engagement and achievement.

K-12 schoolteachers from across the United States

Create Indigenous-authored and vetted curriculum and disseminate it broadly

A HOME WITHIN

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PeerLearning.net is a Web-based software app that automates the design and delivery of peer learning lessons (aka cooperative learning). These lessons have positive effects on student behavior, social-emotional skills, engagement and achievement.

Former and current foster youth clients of A Home Within across the US

FAMILY BODY PROJECT

PeerLearning.net is a Web-based software app that automates the design and delivery of peer learning lessons (aka cooperative learning). These lessons have positive effects on student behavior, social-emotional skills, engagement and achievement.

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UNDERSTANDING BELONGING

PeerLearning.net is a Web-based software app that automates the design and delivery of peer learning lessons (aka cooperative learning). These lessons have positive effects on student behavior, social-emotional skills, engagement and achievement.

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Teens identifying as female between the ages of 13-17 years old  

Using virtual reality to address bias against Māori and Pasifika students in New Zealand

SHIFT BIAS

PeerLearning.net is a Web-based software app that automates the design and delivery of peer learning lessons (aka cooperative learning). These lessons have positive effects on student behavior, social-emotional skills, engagement and achievement.

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Using virtual reality to address bias in education and healthcare settings

Chronic Poverty, Social Support and Psychological Distress among Community-dwelling older Kenyan

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PeerLearning.net is a Web-based software app that automates the design and delivery of peer learning lessons (aka cooperative learning). These lessons have positive effects on student behavior, social-emotional skills, engagement and achievement.

Social support among middle-aged and elder Kenyans

Using virtual reality to address bias against Māori and Pasifika students in New Zealand

Using virtual reality to address bias in education and healthcare settings

Contact Us

We would love to hear from you or answer any questions you may have

Dr. Heather McClure, Director

1-541-346-8904 | hmcclure@uoregon.edu

Dr. Fátima Elvira Terrazas-Arellanes, Associate Director

1-541-346-3798 | fatima@uoregon.edu 

 

Betsy Ruth, Operations Coordinator 

1-541-346-2585 | betsyr@uoregon.edu

 

Teodoro Reyes Ramirez, Business Manager

1-541-346-4116 | treyesra@uoregon.edu

Sandra Epple, Administrative Assistant

1-541-346-8898 | sepple@uoregon.edu

CEQP Mailing address:

6215 University of Oregon

Eugene, OR 97403-6215

CEQP Physical address:

1600 Millrace Dr., Suite 307, Eugene, OR