The themes of the research by the College of Education's Teacher Education and Administration students focus on the development of UNT TEA students into high performing teachers.
A number of articles are presentations of Action Research they conducted in the field as student teachers. Several projects are more autoethnographic in nature, where students examined their learning in the methods courses and how the course experiences affected them as developing teachers. Several articles highlight institutional research undergraduates conducted using data collected over time that relate to Fiesta Math Night and the Action Research projects that involve mentor teachers and UNT pre-service teachers.
All projects were selected by the students and represent their scholarship and growth as scholars.