CEHD Associate Professor Diane Truscott and co-author Vera Stenhouse conducted a study to determine possible connections between culturally-responsive teaching practices and teacher dispositions.
Four faculty in Georgia State University’s College of Education & Human Development have received a five-year, $2.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of English Language Acquisition to prepare educators who work with bilingual students.
Eleven Georgia State University students got a an immersive educational experience recently in Cuernavaca, Mexico and did service-learning activities.
Dr. Sue Kasun and doctoral student Jyoti Amanti met with over 50 educators at Meadowcreek High School in Gwinnett County. Their purpose was to share the benefits and requirements of dual language immersion teaching.
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.
Diana Dariy’s (B.S.Ed. ’15) philosophy is simple: Work hard and strive to do the best you can, because that dedication will yield results.