Stephen Truscott’s MINRS project will prepare school psychologists to work with children with special needs who require concentrated effort and additional supports to succeed.
College of Education & Human Development Associate Dean Gwen Benson discusses the college’s $7.5 million CREST-Ed project and how it will address STEM education and maintaining partnerships with local schools.
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METRO ATLANTA ADULT LITERACY PROGRAMS
These are some of the research projects that we are involved in. Contact Iris Feinberg for more information.
Center for the Study of Adult Literacy, a federally funded study committed to understanding the reading-related… more »
Dr. Daphne Greenberg, Director Professor, Educational Psychology, Special Education, and Communication Disorders Dr. Greenberg is the Director of the ALRC and a professor in the department of Educational Psychology, Special Education,… more »
Jennifer Leeman, associate professor of Hispanic linguistics at George Mason University, will speak to students, faculty and staff Feb. 4 as part of the Professional Development Wednesdays Speaker Series.
The purpose of the Center for Evaluation and Research Services (CERS) is to initiate and participate in evaluation and research service activities that improve the educational outcomes for Georgia and the nation’s diverse population, positively impacting educational practice while encouraging collaboration among and between disciplines.
The College of Education & Human Development’s Adult Literacy Research Center (ALRC) seeks to develop an interdisciplinary focus in order to understand different aspects of literacy in diverse contexts, such as health, family, workplace, community, etc.
During the fall semester, Business Manager presentations take place on the third Wednesday of every month at 12 p.m. in College of Education and Human Development room 1030; in the spring, these presentations will take place on the fourth Wednesday of every month at 12 p.m. in room 1030.
Topics for these presentations will be announced closer… more »
The College of Education and Human Development’s Distinguished Speaker Series is designed to provide a platform for exploration of contemporary trends and research. While the series offers faculty and students an opportunity to hear and interact with innovative and thought-provoking speakers, it also fills an important professional development need by providing access to experts coming to… more »