To get a better grasp of children’s health, College of Education & Human Development doctoral student Elgin Andrews is working with After-School All-Stars Atlanta — a program run by the Department of Kinesiology and Health that provides comprehensive after-school programs for at-risk students in the metro Atlanta area — to study how curriculum and policy can be geared toward urban youth to increase their overall health.
Educator Preparation Open Forum: “ECEE and CPS Faculty Promote RTI/SST Collaboration of Preservice Teachers and Preservice School Psychologists” Facilitator: Joyce Many, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Education and Educator Preparation Panelists: CEHD faculty members Barbara Meyers, Joel Meyers, Steven Truscott,… more »
The Office of Research and Sponsored Projects Pre-Award Team will give a presentation entitled, “ORSP Overview, Part I: Pre-Award,” on Nov. 9 as part of Professional Development Wednesdays. The Professional Development Wednesdays Speaker Series offers workshops, forums and talks on… more »
The Professional Development Wednesdays Speaker Series offers workshops, forums and talks on a range of topics aimed at the college’s faculty, staff and students. Business manager presentations are held on the third Wednesday of every… more »
Once she completed her M.Ed. in English Education, Brianne leveraged her degree and background in publishing and working as an English high school teacher by starting her own tutoring businesses, and reviewing textbooks to ensure they comply with Common Core standards.
After spending several years in the classroom as a high school English teacher, Sean transitioned into a Teacher Development Specialist after receiving his M.Ed. in English Education. As a testament to his successful tenure, his last group of high school students sent him off with this simple message, “we love you dad.”
Prior to enrolling in the M.A.T. in English Education program, Lesleigh taught high school English for five years. After receiving her master’s degree, she says the program was invaluable because she learned how to teach the whole child as opposed to solely focusing on students’ immediate needs.
Traveling to Norway provided ample opportunity for discovery, observing, and learning. One of my favorite components of the trip as a whole was experiencing places and events that I have no prior experience with. These experiences broadened my horizon as an individual, a teacher, and a member of the Deaf community of Atlanta. While every… more »