Explore videos related to the research and work accomplished in the Department of special education. Our faculty are highly engaged in current topics and trends in special education. Hear discussions on how the research conducted in our graduate programs by both professors and graduate students have a direct impact on the lives of people with disabilities.
Katie Tackett describes how applying universal design principles to her classroom benefits all her students, whether or not they have an identified disability.
Marcia Barnes discusses Connect-IT, a project focused on developing an intervention for middle school students who struggle with reading that was conducted in collaboration with Nathan Clemens and their team.
Nathan Clemens discusses the importance of measuring reading progress with young children.
Our researchers are making an impact in the field of Autism and Developmental Disabilities through teaching, research, and clinical work.
North Cooc shares his perspectives on how to help students with disabilities over the summer months.
Jessica Toste recommends five options for helping prevent the Summer Slide that occurs while school is out.