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Browse videos produced by the College of Education that feature research, current trends, and prominent voices from different aspects of education. Our faculty and graduate students discuss topics that have local, state, and global impact.

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.

Her research explores the relationship between education, policy, and equality of opportunity. It centers on three related policy strands: the racial politics of public education, the politics of school choice, marketization and privatization, and the role of elite and community-based advocacy in shaping public education.

UT College of Education interviewed a few of teachers' most important stakeholders to see what they have to say about their teachers' performance. K-12 students chime in with some advice for new teachers to help them connect with their students.

Jennifer Keys Adair, Ph,D., is an Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education at The University of Texas at Austin. Adair works with parents, teachers, administrators and young children to offer more dynamic and sophisticated learning experiences to children from resilient, marginalized communities in the US and globally. Her areas of

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

Physical activity in childhood has health and cognition benefits that last a lifetime.

The Ethnic Studies Agenda in Texas: Implications for Teacher Recruitment and Preparation

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.

This new analytic works within and against the truths of humanist, conventional, and interpretive forms of inquiry and analysis that have centered and dominated qualitative research texts and practices

Adolescents are a sleep-deprived group, with an estimated 87% of high schoolers getting insufficient sleep on school nights and 40% reporting six or fewer hours. This "teen sleep crisis" is believed to have many causes,

Dr. John Bartholomew lectures on physical activity and healthy eating in schools. His research centers on the impact of exercise on mental health, with a specific interest in the use of single bouts of exercise

Three special education professors discuss ways to support the learning of students with disabilities to avoid the summer slide.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention latest report estimates that 1 in 68 U.S. children has an autism spectrum disorder. Those are daunting numbers, but there is hope. Produced by the Longhorn Network, this documentary focuses on three innovative researchers in the College of Education who are making an

The Department of Special Education and Travis County join forces to help families with children with autism

Three professors share how they challenge and prepare students to think about leadership in education—from early childhood on up.

Three professors share ideas, based on their research, about how educators can help underrepresented students gain more access to and engagement with science, technology, engineering and math.

Three College Of Education student-teacher pairs open up about the value of mentorship and collaboration.

Mentoring partnerships support preservice and current educators.

Three experts describe how well-implemented, intelligently used technology can improve education.

Depression isn’t the same for everyone – the way you experience it can vary according to your age, gender, and life circumstances. Three educational psychology researchers have been looking specifically at depression in men and young girls and at how to uncover depression in people who don’t even know they

R. Matt Brothers isn’t an M.D., but he’s tweaking a medical procedure that could save life and limb. Brothers, an assistant professor in the College of Education’s Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, along with Kenneth Diller, professor of biomedical engineering at UT’s Cockrell School of Engineering, has received a four-year

Researchers in the College of Education’s Department of Kinesiology and Health Education (KHE) at UT Austin are studying children’s physical activity and its effects on cognitive health, behavior, and academic performance. Produced by the Longhorn Network, this documentary focuses on the work of the department’s Kinetic Kidz Lab, which is

Office Workout: Five Easy Exercises You Can Do At Your Desk Spending too much time deskbound leads to tight muscles, a weak core, and poor circulation. Julie Drake, operations director at the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education's Fitness Institute of Texas (FIT), demonstrates five desk exercises designed to chase away