Thanks to a Presidential Transformational Teaching Grant program through Texas A&M, Woodward and Kwok took their students on a virtual study abroad experience to Russia.
Friends & Former Students Tailgate
As a part of the College of Education and Human Development’s celebration of its 50th anniversary, we held a Friends & Former Students Tailgate before Texas A&M’s 45-14 win against UTSA on Saturday, Nov. 2.
We asked former students to share some of their fondest memories from their time with the college and how it has impacted their lives, and helped them impact the lives of others.Watch Video
Former health education student mentors homeless youth in Hawaii
Homeless youth across the U.S. experience many obstacles as a result of their circumstance. In Hawaii, they face additional challenges that are unique to the state.
Assessing English language learners for special education
Identifying ELL students with disabilities can be difficult. There is a lack of adequate assessments and most education professionals do not have the experience to effectively assess ELLs for special education.
Woodward recognized with University Professorship
The University Professorships in Undergraduate Teaching Excellence are conferred upon the most distinguished teachers of undergraduates.
Parent attitudes on genetic testing for children with autism spectrum disorder
Around one percent of the world’s population has been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Dr. Lei-Shih (Lace) Chen, associate professor in the Department of Health and Kinesiology, conducted research focused on parent perception, knowledge and experience with autism genetic testing.