Welcome to the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Wisconsin–Madison! We invite you to learn more about our PhD, EdS, MS, and certificate programs.
Graduates in the Quantitative Methods area teach, serve as consultants to educational researchers, and conduct research on statistics and psychometrics in education-related fields.
The Learning Analytics online MS program empowers graduates to impact teaching, learning, and policy by harnessing vast amounts of educational data.
Ranked #3 in the Nation
UW–Madison’s Department of Educational Psychology is regularly ranked as one of the top programs in its field in U.S. News & World Report.
Garbacz to Examine Family-School Partnership Intervention to Promote Children’s Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Competencies
Andy Garbacz, Associate Professor in the School Psychology Program, was recently awarded a grant of $4 million from the Institute of Education Sciences for a five-year project to examine the efficacy of a family-school partnership …
UW–Madison’s Mitchell Nathan is the author of a new book that is titled, “Foundations of Embodied Learning: A Paradigm for Education,” published by Routledge.
If you’re interested in learning more about the field of school psychology or the UW Madison School Psychology Program, please attend one of our information sessions. RSVP to Professor Katie.Eklund@wisc.edu.
Our faculty in the Department of Educational Psychology are leading scholars in their fields, who are also committed and excellent teachers.
- October 18"School System" to a "System of Schools": Race, Power, and Marketization of Urban District Governance in CaliforniaBrown Bag Talk by Dr. René Kissell12:00 PM, Online
- October 19School Psychology Program Information SessionLearn About How to Become a School Psychologist7:00 PM
- October 22Chartering Exploitation: 21st Century Black Schooling and the (Re)making of a Southern CityBrown Bag Talk by Rachel Williams12:00 PM, Online
- October 26