2020 News



Faculty member presents at National Council of Teachers of English


Ann D. David, Ph.D., associate professor of Teacher Education in the Dreeben School of Education, co-presented “Changing Instruction, Changing Culture: One District’s Emerging Model for Moving to Student-Centered Writing Instruction” at the virtual 2020 National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention.

Faculty presents at the American Evaluation Association


Arthur E. Hernández, Ph.D., professor of Education at the Dreeben School of Education, presented “A Discussion of the Meaning of and Differences Between Trait, State and Emergent Diversity: Implications for Practice” held on Oct. 27 at Eval20 Reimagined: A Virtual Experience, an annual conference of the American Evaluation Association.

Faculty Presents at Early Childhood Education Conference


Deepti Kharod, Ph.D., assistant professor of Teacher Education at the Dreeben School of Education, presented “Play and Nature in Times of Stress” at the 2020 Texas Association for the Education of Young Children (TXAEYC) 56th Annual Conference on Oct. 13 with co-presenters John A. Sutterby, Ph.D., associate professor at UTSA and Linda Charlton, M.Ed., nature school lead educator of Cibolo Nature School.



Professor Herbers Retirement


The Dreeben School of Education congratulates Sharon Herbers, Ed.D., on her retirement this year after more than 15 years at the University of the Incarnate Word.