Parents searching for ways to keep their children academically motivated need to look no further than our Saturday School for Scholars and Leaders Program.
Pamella Windham inherited two very important interests from her father. One was baseball — Pamella says she’s still glued to the TV for Braves games on a daily basis. The other was music.
Brad Smith, a master’s student in counseling who graduated this spring, has always been a motivated person. The former elementary school physical education teacher ran triathlons for fun. Since a serious accident left him in a wheelchair, he seeks to motivate others with physical disabilities.
Smith, who has a bachelor’s in exercise physiology from Ohio… more »
The College of Education & Human Development’s 2013 Honors Day ceremony honored more than 90 students, faculty, staff and alumni for their achievements in research, teaching and service.
Eight doctoral students have been chosen to participate in the College of Education & Human Development’s 2013-2014 Dean’s Research Doctoral Fellowship initiative, a four-year program that recognizes outstanding scholarly accomplishments and the academic potential of newly admitted research doctoral students.
The following students were selected for the fellowship:
Jackie Bialo, Department of Counseling and Psychological… more »
For children diagnosed with childhood disintegrative disorder, Asperger syndrome or other developmental brain disorders, developing social skills for different contexts can be a challenge.
At the 15th annual Summer Institute in Communication Disorders, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists and other child care professionals will discuss the social obstacles children with Autism Spectrum Disorders face and how… more »
Several College of Education & Human Development faculty members received mini-grants for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) projects through the Board of Regents’ STEM Initiative.
At Georgia State University, we believe educator preparation programs should be held to high standards. Our teacher preparation programs demonstrate that we prepare teachers who have a positive impact on children’s learning and development and who are committed to staying in the profession. We focus on collection and analysis of performance-based data to help us… more »
The College of Education & Human Development’s instructional technology faculty from the Department of Middle-Secondary Education and Instructional Technology have a new home: the college’s Learning Technologies Division.
A new Master of Education (M.Ed.) program in Elementary Education will provide teachers an opportunity for advanced study.