EduBlog: Ways to Stay Active and Boost Energy This Summer

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By Colleen Cornelius, Doctoral Candidate, School Psychology program Ahhh, summer – the perfect time to sit back, relax, and rejuvenate after a busy school year punctuated with stressful days and long nights of homework and school activities. While it’s certainly relaxing to get caught up on this season’s reality TV … Read More

Communication Needs of Students with Disabilities Focus of New Grant

It’s often thought students with severe disabilities cannot participate in all aspects of the school day, given their difficulty communicating. With the combined help of a classroom teacher and speech language-pathologist, a system can be created to help students with the most severe disabilities to have a voice, University of … Read More

UK College of Education Grant Targets High-Intensity Learning and Behavior Needs

A new $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education will allow the University of Kentucky College of Education to uniquely prepare school personnel who are in high demand – those prepared to work with students with high-intensity learning and behavior needs. The grant, awarded through the Office of … Read More

Student Testimonials

“The course that I took was instrumental in helping me design my first online Introduction to Special education course as a doctoral student. In addition, the information I was taught also helped me identify ways to teach my first synchronous two-way audio video course as a new professor.” -Adjunct Faculty … Read More

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