The Daily Texan: UT’s Special Education Department Offering New Autism Course to be Taught in Spanish
Department of Special Education Introduces Undergraduate Course on Autism Taught in Spanish
DRTx is one of 57 prevention and advocacy organizations in the Unites States dedicated to the ongoing fight for the personal and civil rights of individuals with disabilities.
Sarah Powell is a Co-PI on a new project that hopes to improve math, music, and computational thinking in kindergarten through a series of field-based activities.
This year, the Department of Special Education is joined by Peng Peng.
Autism and Developmental Disabilities alumna Jennifer Hamrick interviewed by Fox 34 in about her involvement with the Mobile Outreach Clinic for Autism at the Burkhart Center for Autism and Research at Texas Tech.
Special Education Assistant Professor Jessica Toste and Associate Professor Nathan Clemens have received a $1.4 million grant to develop teacher expertise in data-based decision making to improve student reading success.
The Special Education associate professor is one of just 11 recipients from Texas and one of five from The University of Texas at Austin.
Beat the Summer slump with these book, audiobook, and podcast suggestions from faculty and staff within the College of Education.
Ashley Rivera, M.Ed. ’15, was named Elementary Teacher of the Year by the Austin Independent School District for the 2018-19 academic year.
Six faculty members across three departments within the College of Education have received promotions effective as of September 1.
Researchers in the Brain and Language Lab at the College of Education are using EEGs to study how young children process words and baby talk.
Congratulations to Adjunct Associate Professor James Patton on receiving the President's Associates Teaching Excellence Award.
Special Education Associate Professor Sarah Powell creates short videos for YouTube that offer tools and strategies on a variety of math topics.
Associate Professors Delida Sanchez and Sarah Powell have received a combined $150,000 in fundings for upcoming interdisciplinary research