Curriculum and Instruction News

STEM Center Director Awarded NSF Grant to Study Integrating Engineering Practices, Scientific Argumentation for Middle Schoolers
Nov. 16, 2016
Dr. Victor Sampson This September, UT College of Education STEM Center Director and Associate Professor Victor Sampson was awarded $349,815 by the National Science Foundation’s Research in the Formation of Engineers program to develop an instructional framework that integrates engineering practices along with scientific argumentation for middle school students. The…

Professor Receives NSF Award to Increase Student Pursuit of STEM Careers
Oct. 24, 2016
Dr. Anthony Petrosino Imagine a classroom of middle-school or high-school students engaged in a collaborative high-tech project, like untangling the complexities of traffic-flow simulation or mapping out the potential spread of Zika. College of Education Associate Professor Anthony Petrosino is helping educators learn to teach their students to develop and…

Callahan: More emphasis needed on social studies to increase voting
Oct. 13, 2016

College of Education Associate Professor’s New Book Addresses the ‘At-Risk’ Label
Oct. 07, 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. 09, 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
Apr. 27, 2016
Paul Resta presented WFATE Award for Global Contributions to Teacher Education.

Looking to Engage Diverse Students in Tech?
Mar. 02, 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. 03, 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