Assistant Professor Jessica Scott and Associate Professor Sue Kasun co-authored a chapter in a book selected as one of Choice’s Outstanding Academic Titles for 2021.
Min Kyu Kim, Ph.D., published article feedback in a graduate-level online course” for Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies.
Jennifer Darling-Aduana, assistant professor in the Department of Learning Sciences, will be a panelist on a Nov. 5 virtual webinar entitled, “What is Driving the Demand for Digital Learning? Is Digital Learning Effective?” hosted by the Harvard Kennedy School’s Program on Education Policy and Governance.
Assistant Professor Lauren Margulieux will serve as a panelist for a webinar entitled, “NSF Career Awards: Tips and Advice for Proposal Preparation.”
Learning Sciences seniors MaryKatherine Foxley and Annie Stott are completing their first placement in the adapted curriculum special education field.
Daphne Greenberg, Ph.D., serves as a panelist at the Education and Workforce Speaker Series. Science for Georgia and Partners were hosts. The event took place June 16.
Learning Sciences graduates Sarah Burris, Toni Hazlett, Kelsey Robinson, Genesis Diaz, and Diana Piccarreto-Garcia receive Special Education B.S.Ed. degree at the 2021 spring commencement ceremony.
Daphne Greenberg, Ph.D., was elected Chair of the Adult Literacy and Adult Education Special Interest Group (ALAE SIG) of the American Educational Research Association (AERA).
Kathryn McCarthy, assistant professor in Learning Sciences is a guest on a recent episode of the Emerging Issues in Educational Psychology podcast presented by APA Division 15.
Assistant Professor Ben Shapiro worked with colleagues at Vanderbilt University on the Mapping Self in Society Project (MaSelfS), a Spencer Foundation and National Science Foundation-funded project to develop curriculum for teachers interested in teaching personal geography.
Min Kyu Kim, assistant professor in Learning Sciences, published an article for the Journal of Educational Technology Research & Development (ETRD).
Daniel Conine, assistant professor in Learning Sciences, published an article for the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Jessica Scott, assistant professor in Learning Sciences, published an article for the Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education.
Jennifer Darling-Aduana, assistant professor in learning technologies, gave a quote to an article published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in regards […]
Brendan Calandra and Lauren Margulieux have established a new project to increase computational literacy among K-12 students in rural and low-income communities.
The week of Aug. 2-8 honors International Assistance Dog Week. It just so happens one of our new professors, Justin Malone has a service animal (SA) we would like to celebrate.
Daphne Greenberg has created the first post-doctoral fellowship training program in the country designed to support new Ph.D. graduates interested in studying adult literacy.
Elizabeth Stevens received the 2020 Rebecca L. Sandak Young Investigator Award that includes a certificate and a monetary award of $500.
DaShaunda Patterson will present “Supporting Exceptional Children and their Families During Virtual Learning” for the college’s first virtual research symposium.
Johari Harris-Ward, an alumna of the College of Education & Human Development (CEHD) in educational psychology, appears on a TV news program regarding the formation of Freedom School.
Assistant Professors Natalie King and Lauren Margulieux have been chosen for the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development Program.
Brendan Calandra and Min Kyu Kim were invited to speak at the 2020 International Webinar on Challenges for Change in Higher Education Online Classes, hosted by Yonsei University, South Korea.
Min Kyu Kim, Ph.D., published an article in the Journal of Computers in Education on learner participation during asynchronous online discussions.
Professor Daphne Greenberg was one of the invited presenters at the Barbara Bush Foundation’s inaugural National Summit on Adult Literacy on Nov. 13.
CEHD graduate student Theresa Godbold received a $1,500 Snapping Shoals Bright Ideas Grant for a project designed to increase elementary students’ engagement in social studies, reading comprehension and writing.
Educational Psychology assistant professor Kathryn McCarthy received a $6,000 grant. Her research is, “Examining Students’ Disciplinary Knowledge: Making Comprehension Strategies Visible.”
Sara McDaniel, Ph.D. is a promising young scholar in emotional and behavioral disorders. Her focus on reducing youth violence, racism and discrimination receives considerable recognition. She is the recipient of the DR 2020 Distinguished Early Career Research Award.
Learning Sciences graduate student Taylor McGee has been awarded the competitive fall 2019 graduate student research assistantship by SACSCOC.
Jessica Scott, Ph.D. was elected Secretary of the Research on the Education of Deaf Persons special interest group of the prestigious American Educational Research Association (AERA).
This summer Ann Kruger, Ph.D. worked with the Emory-Tibet Science Initiative (ETSI), a collaboration of Emory University and the Dalai Lama, on a project.
Georgia State University College of Education & Human Development professor David Houchins has received a four-year, $3.2 million grant from the National Center for Special Education Research to study a blended learning literacy program in juvenile justice schools.
In his new book, “Fully Compliant: Compliance Training to Change Behavior,” Department of Learning Sciences master’s student Travis Waugh argues that good compliance training can be effectively designed and delivered by incorporating an understanding of learning behavior and development.
The College of Education & Human Development’s Adult Literacy Research Center (ALRC) awarded $10,000 in grant funding among three Georgia State University students to further their research in adult literacy.
College of Education & Human Development Assistant Professors Min Kyu Kim and Yinying Wang received a $49,618 grant from the Spencer Foundation to study how students become leaders when learning online.
African-American girls in low-income, high-risk neighborhoods report encounters with aggression and sexual objectification, according to Georgia State University researchers
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.
Megan Crymes is a doctoral candidate in the educational psychology program. Learn more about her.
Dr. Daphne Greenberg, titled one of Georgia State University’s Distinguished University Professors, is a professor in the Educational Psychology (EPY) field of study.