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 »
The College of Education & Human Development’s Collaboration and Resources for Encouraging and Supporting Transformations in Education (CREST-Ed) program will host its Summer Institute on July 14.
Four doctoral students have been selected to receive College of Education & Human Development Doctoral Dissertation Awards.
African-American girls in low-income, high-risk neighborhoods report encounters with aggression and sexual objectification, according to Georgia State University researchers.
The program committee for the 11th Annual Sources of Urban Educational Excellence Conference is accepting proposals for conference sessions through June 3, 2016.
The city of Atlanta was ranked the 14th healthiest metropolitan area in the U.S. for the second year in a row, according to the American College of Sports Medicine’s 2016 American Fitness Index.
What happens to children when they participate in shared reading? Does it make a difference to their learning? Professor Peggy Albers gives us some insight in this piece for The Conversation.
The College of Education & Human Development received the Souper Star Champions of Education Award from the African SOUP, a nonprofit advancing active learning for children in Uganda.
Jacob Alan English is a doctoral student in the Educational Psychology program. He’s also an alumni of other Georgia State programs. Learn more about him.
What is your title? I serve as the Associate Director of the Principals Center.
Would you like to share a little about your immediate family or family history? I am a native of Dallas, Texas. I grew up in a loving family. I moved to Atlanta to attend Spelman College and fell in love with… more »