High Incidence - special education teacher and student

Barbara Thompson on KU's early child unified program

Thomas Skrtic on SPED policy studies

Karrie Shogren on self-determination

Elizabeth Kozleski on public school transformation

Jennifer Kurth on low incidence disabilities

Eva Horn on KU's early child unified program

Deborah Griswold on KU's field practicum program

Greg Cheatham on early childhood SPED

James Basham on instructional design and technology

Dr. Richard L. Simpson, Professor speaks about his work at KU.

Cynthia Lane, Superintendent of USD 500 on the occasion of her Leadership for Learning Award, “Inspiring Excellence”

Dr. Don Deshler, Professor and Director of the Center for Research on Learning reflects about his work at KU!

Listen to Dr. Kathleen Lane as she speaks about behavior, academics and her research.

Dr. Ann Turnbull at the OSEP Conference in Washington DC presenting about Enviable Lives: A Lifespan Perspective.

  • Barbara Thompson on KU's early child unified programBarbara Thompson
  • Thomas Skrtic on SPED policy studies Tom Skrtic
  • Karrie Shogren on self-determinationKarrie Shogren
  • Elizabeth Kozleski on public school transformationElizabeth Kozleski
  • Jennifer Kurth on low incidence disabilitiesJennifer Kurth
  • Eva Horn on KU's early child unified program Eva Horn
  • Deborah Griswold on KU's field practicum program Deb Griswold
  • Greg Cheatham on early childhood SPED Greg Cheatham
  • James Basham on instructional design and technology Jamie Basham
  • Dr. Richard L. Simpson, Professor speaks about his work at...Richard L. Simpson
  • Cynthia Lane, Superintendent of USD 500 on the occasion of...Cynthia Lane
  • Dr. Don Deshler, Professor and Director of the Center for...Don Deshler
  • Listen to Dr. Kathleen Lane as she speaks about behavior,...kathleen Lane
  • Dr. Ann Turnbull at the OSEP Conference in Washington DC...Ann Turnbull

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10.12.14

By Maggie Beneke

What was not said? Who was silenced? These are the questions that are lingering in my mind after reading Frederick Erickson’s work (1996). His analysis of classroom discourse has me filtering my experiences as I reflect on the value of being explicit and the actual structure of conversations. I continue to think about how silence provides a dangerous opportunity for...

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