Meet Earl Pitts, M.A.T., Mathematics Education, in our video stories, “Humans of CEHD.” The program is through the College of Education & Human Development. Watch the video »
Meet Shaneeka Favors-Welch, a doctoral candidate in our Teaching and Learning program at the College of Education & Human Development at GSU. Watch the video »
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal recognized the 2017-2018 class of Woodrow Wilson Georgia Teaching Fellows at the State Capitol this summer.
The American Physical Society and the American Association of Physics Teachers named Georgia State University one of 20 institutions to graduate five or more highly-qualified physics teachers in 2016.
Alumni Mara Johnson (M.A.T. ’16) and Jeffrey Stephens (B.S.E. ’16) were two of 41 teachers who received a 2016 Georgia Power New Teacher Assistance Grant.
The College of Education & Human Development’s Department of Middle and Secondary Education has several Maymester and summer study abroad programs open to students.
Students must submit program and scholarship applications for the following programs by Wednesday, Feb. 15:
Program director: Chantee… more »
Assistant Professor Stephanie Behm Cross received a Governor’s Office of Student Achievement scaling grant to extend a teacher residency program in Atlanta Public Schools (APS).
Accepting applications now!
The Master of Arts in Creative and Innovative Education is for people who:
are motivated to be leaders in cultivating children and adolescent’s creative learning are interested in developing their innovative thinking aspire to work with children and adolescents in and out of school settings want to increase entrepreneurial, policy, or pedagogical know-how aim to network with like-minded people Connect on… 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.
Gholnecsar Muhammad hosts Black Youth Write, a NCTE-funded workshop bringing local students to campus to practice their writing skills and explore issues facing black youth today.