Curriculum and Instruction News

Addressing Worries about Academic Impact of Online Learning Featuring Jennifer Adair
Apr. 10, 2020

College of Education Hosts Cultivating New Voices of Color 20th Anniversary Meeting
Feb. 28, 2020
For 20 years, Cultivating New Voices (CNV) has worked to build a strong community of cultural and linguistic thinkers from underrepresented minorities among teachers of English. “Community is everything. We are nothing without our community, and this is such a strong community,” says Tracey Flores, a former CNV scholar and…

Educators Mentors and Startups Collaborate on Emerging EdTech Processes at SlowPitch
Feb. 06, 2020
Many educational innovations being developed in the PK-12 educational ecosphere build upon technological advances. These original ideas to transform learning and teaching with technology often come from many sources, including educators who have taught in the classroom. Building these innovative ideas into edtech products and sharing them with schools involves…

Jennifer Adair Discusses the Impact of Project-based Learning in Schools
Jan. 23, 2020

STEM Center Does Early Algebra Matter?
Jan. 13, 2020

Allison Skerrett Wins Fry Book Award at LRA
Jan. 07, 2020
Professor Allison Skerrett received the Literacy Research Association's 2019 Edward B. Fry Book Award for her book, Teaching Transnational Youth: Literacy and Education for a Changing World.

Introducing the Dean's Promising Scholars
Nov. 26, 2019
From left to right: Sarah Chong, Alejandro “A.J.” Sanchez, Leslie Aguilera, and Manuel “Manny” Sandoval, four of the inaugural cohort of Dean’s Promising Scholars The college is pleased to announce the launch of the Dean’s Promising Scholars, the college’s first four-year, full-tuition scholarship program for undergraduate students who show tremendous…

Beth Maloch Selected for Leadership Women's 2020 Leadership Texas Class
Nov. 19, 2019
Maloch will engage in educational and developmental opportunities with outstanding women from across Texas as part of the 2020 Leadership Texas Class by Leadership Women.

Doctoral Student Wins 3-Minute Thesis Competition
Nov. 04, 2019
Daniel Thomas, a third-year doctoral student in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, is the winner of the 2020 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition at UT Austin.

Curriculum and Instruction New Faculty 2019
Sep. 04, 2019
This year, the Department of Curriculum and Instruction is joined by Maria Fránquiz.