Professors Keffrelyn Brown and Kevin Cokley will be inducted into the UT Academy of Distinguished Teachers this fall. They have both had a profound impact on students here in the College of Education.
Tracey Flores, assistant professor of Curriculum and Instruction, has received a three-year, $50,000 grant from the Spencer Foundation develop and implement a bilingual, elementary writer’s workshop.
Megan Wehrle, B.S ‘12, M.Ed ‘19, was named Teacher of the Year for Elgin Elementary School in Elgin ISD.
Professor Anthony Petrosino and graduate student Maya Denton discuss their research and how they are getting students engaged in STEM with NPR Marketplace.
Raya Belton is graduating with a degree in Applied Learning and Development with an EC-6 Generalist Certification. After graduation, she will teach kindergarten in San Antonio.
After graduation, Mario Reyes will teach 7th grade English Language Arts at Wayside Charter School. He is graduating with a degree in Youth and Community Studies and teacher certification from UT Urban Teachers.
Bailey Glenn will return to Galveston to teach at a local elementary school. She was a member of the inaugural cohort of Charles Butt Scholars.
Learn how four graduates will continue to improve education and health across Texas even after they leave the Forty Acres.
Six faculty members across three departments within the College of Education have received promotions effective as of September 1.
Xiaofen Keating is expanding the experience and knowledge of College of Education students by giving them a hands-on learning environment that takes them across the globe.
Curriculum and Instruction Clinical Associate Professor Haydée Rodriguez takes a group of pre-service bilingual/bicultural education students on community walks to help the students learn about their students' lives.
That’s what San Antonio Independent School District is betting on. And the bet is backed by research from the Department of Curriculum and Instruction.
Curriculum and Instruction Doctoral Student Highlighted as a 2019 Leader to Learn From by Education Week
Education Weekly selected Curriculum and Instruction doctoral student Angela Ward as a 2019 leader to learn from for her leadership in cultural proficiency in her role as Supervisor of Race and Equity Programs at AISD.
In an interview with KUT, Curriculum and Instruction doctoral student Lakeya Omogun discusses the legitimacy of Austin's Liberal label.
Christopher Brown, professor of Curriculum and Instruction, discusses the need for a holistic approach to accountability for schools when it comes to student success.
In an op-ed for The Hill, Fikile Nxumalo explains why its necessary to educate children on climate change by teaching them that they are part of nature.
Congratulations to Hsiao-Ping Hsu for receiving two awards from the Association for Educational Communications and Technology!