Q&A with Special Education Doctoral Student Megan Jones

Q&A with Megan Jones, special education doctoral student in the University of Kentucky College of Education Department of Early Childhood, Special Education, and Rehabilitation Counseling. What has been your best experience at UK? My favorite experience has been working as a grant assistant on an Institute of Education Sciences grant … Read More

Q&A with Dr. Allison Levine

Q&A with Dr. Allison Levine, assistant professor of rehabilitation counseling in the University of Kentucky College of Education Department of Early Childhood, Special Education, and Rehabilitation Counseling. What has been your best experience at UK? My best experiences at UK have been the opportunity to attend two extremely interesting lectures … Read More

Q&A With Dr. Sally Shepley

Q&A with Dr. Sally Shepley, assistant professor of special education in the University of Kentucky College of Education Department of Early Childhood, Special Education, and Rehabilitation Counseling. What has been your best experience at UK? Working alongside faculty who not only are charismatic and friendly people but challenge me academically. … Read More

Save the Dates: Special Education 50th Anniversary Celebration

Fifty years ago, the University of Kentucky established the Department of Special Education and, today, the department includes programs and projects focused on improving the lives of individuals with disabilities of all ages. The public is invited to join the anniversary celebration in Lexington on October 13 and 14, 2018. … Read More

Bottge Presents on Teaching and Learning Math in Engaging Contexts

Dr. Brian Bottge recently delivered an invited presentation (Relevance Counts: Teaching and Learning Math in Engaging Contexts) via Skype to faculty and doctoral students at the University of Missouri who are involved in Project PRISM: Preparing Interdisciplinary Leaders in Science and Mathematics Special Education. The purpose of the project is … Read More

IES-Funded Randomized Trials Underway

Dr. Brian Bottge’s grant team is making final preparations for the first of two randomized studies that will test the effects of new interactive assessment tools called Anchored Instructional Measures (AIMs) on the computation performance of students with fractions. The primary goal of the project funded by the Institute of … Read More

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