Topic: Department of Curriculum and Instruction

Where the Girls Aren't

April 8, 2013
Where the Girls Aren't

Young women aren't avoiding math and science because of a lack of preparation, a new study says. This finding may help researchers pursue other avenues to explain gender differences. Learn more.

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Little Longhorns Big on Independent Thinking

Sept. 4, 2012
Little Longhorns Big on Independent Thinking

First-graders at UT Elementary thrive at project-based learning with exciting results.

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Teachers Think White Females Lag Behind in Math, University of Texas at Austin Study Finds

April 4, 2012

High school math teachers tend to rate white female students' math abilities lower than those of their white male peers, even when their grades and test scores are comparable, according to a University of Texas at Austin study.

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Teaching excellence

Feb. 13, 2012
Teaching excellence

Assistant Professor Kathryn Starkes is one of 30 faculty members and teaching assistants picked by students to get the Texas Exes Teaching Award.

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The write stuff

Nov. 14, 2011
The write stuff

In this Longhorn Network academic content preview, watch how the Heart of Texas Writing Project helps teachers and students find their inner author.

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