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Faculty and students from the University of Johannesburg in South Africa visited Georgia State University’s College of Education & Human Development in September 2016. Drs. Brian Williams and Gholnecsar Muhammad gave presentations. Here are photos of our visitors’ adventures.
Vaughn conducts research at North-West University (Potchefstroom Campus). This is also her first time in South Africa.
Her journey to South Africa took many steps:
She received her… more »
Doctoral student Katie Wade was one of 49 students from around the world invited to attend the European Science Education Research Association’s 2016 Doctoral Student Summer School program.
Dr. Gholdy Muhammad took GSU students to explore literacy and education in South Africa and its use in defining social change and activism.
As the trip in China was coming to an end, I was able to discuss my experience in this written report. In order to address my thoughts entering a foreign country, I must state the reasons why I considered studying in China.
Dasom Kim remembers seeing photos of the Georgia Aquarium in one of the textbooks she uses in her English classroom in Daejeon, South Korea.
She was keen to see the place up close when she arrived in Atlanta this summer as part of the Daejeon Extensive English Program (DEEP), a six-month English teaching program for… more »
This summer, Georgia State hosted 17 Korean teachers for a four-week professional development program, visiting local schools, touring city landmarks and developing future research projects.
Erica Bass-Flimmons, a doctoral candidate in our Learning Technologies Division, is the recipient of an inaugural seed grant in health innovation. The grant will help Flimmons’ work on mPowering Maternal Health In Ghana (MHIG). Her research involves using mobile messaging technology to assess antenatal care… more »
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 »