After returning to his hometown in Jackson, MS, Chaka says one of the best aspects of the M.Ed. in English Education program was its focus on pluralism and multiculturalism – two concepts he hopes to instill in his students.
Malika is a self-described math nerd who wants to travel the world and study how successful math teachers from other countries integrate math discourse in their classrooms as opposed to only focusing on the curriculum.
Nneka says the K-5 Mathematics Endorsement courses have drastically improved how she teaches math, and has enabled her to have much more meaningful discussions about math with her students.
* Nneka Bennett is a student in the Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Elementary Education with an Endorsement in Mathematics… more »
Heather discusses how her ESOL elementary students are thriving in math with the lessons she’s learned after receiving her K-5 Math Endorsement.
* Heather Parnell is a student in the Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Elementary Education with an Endorsement in Mathematics program in the more »
After 32 years of teaching math at the high school and college level, Geoff says he’s remained in the profession because he was called to do it and loves interacting with students to help them rise to the occasion.
After teaching special education elementary students for four years, Tiffany wanted to improve how she taught mathematics, so she returned to Georgia State for an M.Ed. in Elementary Education with a Mathematics Endorsement.
* Tiffany Jacobs is an alumni of the Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Elementary Education with… more »
Kayla’s love of mathematics fueled her passion to become an elementary math educator. After receiving her M.Ed. in Elementary Education, she decided to pursue a doctorate in Early Childhood Education and hopes to teach the next generation of elementary math teachers.
* Kayla Myers is an alumni of the more »
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