Assistant Professor Natalie King has been named a recipient of the Educational Access Institute’s 2017 Keeper of the Caribbean Legacy Award and a 2017 recipient of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching’s (NARST) Jhumki Basu Scholar Award.
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.
Two College of Education and Human Development alumni are the recipients of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
Several students and faculty from College of Education and Human Development were featured in recent local and national news articles.
Doctoral student Carmen Carrion studies how learning gardens at Atlanta-area schools can help students’ environmental knowledge and scientific thinking.
How do you know the Earth is round?
A kindergarten student may answer this question differently from a student in sixth grade, 10th or 12th grade.
Maggie Renken, assistant professor in the Department of Educational Psychology and Special Education who studies students’ conceptual understanding, is working on a research project that analyzes students’ sources of… more »