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EdTalks: Sarah Powell Early Math Predicts Later Math: Implications for Intervention

Ed Talk with Sarah Powell – Early Math Predicts Later Math: Implications for Intervention Across grade levels, early math performance predicts later math performance. For example, math performance in kindergarten predicts end-of-year math performance in grades 1, 3, 5, and 8. What does this mean for educators? Educators need to assess

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Discovery Minute with Katie Tackett

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Ed Talk with Sarah Powell – Early Math Predicts Later Math: Implications for Intervention Across grade levels, early math performance predicts later math performance. For example, math performance in kindergarten predicts end-of-year math performance in grades 1, 3, 5, and 8. What does this mean for educators? Educators need to assess

Join Special Education Clinical Assistant Professor Katie Tackett for this Discovery Minute as she describes how applying universal design principles to her classroom benefits all her students, whether or not they have an identified disability.

There are noticeable differences in academics and the employment gap that statistics can show between deaf learners and the general population. Stephanie Cawthon of the Department of Educational Psychology discusses the obstacles and attitudes towards deaf learners that influence their outcomes, and what can be done to combat these. This

Special education researchers are conducting a project using data as a reading fluency intervention.

Marcia Barnes conducts research on the development of reading comprehension and mathematics, and on interventions for children with learning difficulties in these academic domains.

Dissemination-Implementation science has emerged over the past decade replete with conceptual models and studies of barriers to the successful implementation of evidence-based programs. This work has been of limited usefulness to state systems that are undergoing massive changes due to changes in the healthcare system.

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. Their passion for changing the paradigm of the educational experience in the U.S. for deaf individuals has influenced their work as researchers.

Two College of Education alumni collaborate to help children with Autism succeed.