Curriculum & Instruction News

College of Education Associate Professor’s New Book Addresses the ‘At-Risk’ Label

Oct. 7, 2016

A new book by Keffrelyn Brown tackles the “at-risk” label

UT-Austin College of Education Professor Travels to Scotland as Member of Its International Council of Education Advisers

Sep. 9, 2016

Associate Professor Allison Skerrett was recently appointed to Scotland’s International Council of Education Advisers by the First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon.

Small Storytellers, Big Screen

May 16, 2016

UT College of Education professors and students help young directors debut film shorts

Curriculum and Instruction Professor Paul Resta Receives International Award

April 27, 2016

Paul Resta presented WFATE Award for Global Contributions to Teacher Education.

Looking to Engage Diverse Students in Tech?

March 2, 2016

Two UT College of Education professors offer research-based tips.

UT College of Education Professors’ New Book Highlights Early 20th-Century African American Education Intellectuals

Feb. 3, 2016

Black Intellectual Thought in Education: The Missing Traditions of Anna Julia Cooper, Carter G. Woodson, and Alain LeRoy Locke was recently published by associate professors Keffrelyn Brown and Anthony Brown

Día de Los Muertos: Integrating Culture into the Curriculum

Nov. 11, 2015

At one table, students fold drops of yellow, green and blue food coloring into cream cheese frosting. At another a group huddles, intently molding lumps the shape of skulls into thick mounds of crystalline confection.

Dr. Hughes from the Learning Technologies Program will keynote the Tech & Learning Live conference

Oct. 22, 2015

Dr. Joan E. Hughes, Associate Professor of Learning Technologies, will be providing the keynote address at the Tech & Learning Live event, occurring on November 6, 2015 in Austin, Texas.

Dr. Christopher P. Brown publishes two articles examining early childhood teaching in high-stakes contexts

Oct. 14, 2015

Dr. Brown critically examines the challenges policymakers’ neoliberal reforms create for early educators who strive to prepare their culturally and linguistically diverse students for school

Labeling Young Children With 'Word Gap' Language Is Harmful

Oct. 12, 2015

When high school student Coby Burren noticed slaves referred to as "immigrant workers" in his Texas textbook, he called his mother who then called out the publisher.

Dr. Xiaofen Keating receives the 2015 TAHPERD Scholar Award

Sept. 29, 2015

Congratulations are in order for Dr. Xiaofen Keating for her recognition by the Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (TAHPERD) for excellence and leadership in the HPERD profession.