Assistant Professor Sepehr Vakil was part of a research team that observed relationships between black male teachers and students in a recent study.
MCPER receives $3.2 million federal grant to conduct a randomized controlled trials study on algebra readiness
The new four-year project will focus on sixth and seventh grade students who receive daily intensive intervention from their mathematics teachers.
Thinking with Theory: A New Analytic for Qualitative Inquiry
Researchers from The University of Texas at Austin may have some help for parents and educators attempting to locate that sweet spot between giving students just enough direction to succeed and allowing them autonomy.
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction welcomed Dr. Kathy Escamilla on February 17th as part of its Spring Teacher Education Forum for graduate students and faculty.
Two teams from UT’s Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, coached for the third year by Lecturer Michelle Harrison, wanted to establish Texas as the first back-to-back winner in the competition.
Teachers Learning Together was a two-day event in which KHE faculty observed their colleagues--not to evaluate but to learn.
The Meadows Foundation funds Texas arts and culture, civic and public affairs, education, health, and human services, with special emphasis on education, the environment, and mental health.
Curriculum and Instruction Professors Part of Trio to Receive National Grant Establishing an American Fitness Center in Shanghai
An ED Talk by Terra Ziporyn Snider, executive director and co-founder of Start School Later
Stephanie Cawthon and Carrie Lou Garberoglio are deaf. They have lived the experience—as students and professionals—of working with accommodations and breaking down barriers.
An Ed Talk by John Bartholomew, professor of Kinesiology and Health Education.
When Gilma Sanchez was a student, she and her family faced traumatic hardships that went unnoticed by teachers. Now an elementary school principal, she prioritizes understanding and nurturing the whole student.