Adults who guilt middle-schoolers into exercising won't get them any more active.
Mark Runco recently participated in a new report that examines how creativity works in the brain.
Joel Ringdahl was recently named to a four-year post with the Child Psychopathology and Developmental Disabilities study section.
Asthma, high levels of lead, vision problems and untreated cavities are all reasons why children stay home from school. Here, a professor suggests a way to fix the issue.
New lesson plans developed with the T.R.R. Cobb House give middle school teachers easy access to resources on Georgia's pre-Civil War era.
Sami Yli-Piipari will work with the international journal Teaching, Research, and Media in Kinesiology.
Jack Parish, the associate dean for outreach and engagement of UGA’s College of Education and a clinical associate professor in the department of lifelong education, administration and policy, was recently quoted in a story broadcasted by WABE-FM.
Primarily funded by the Improving Teacher Quality State Grants Program, this workshop is the third in a series of five workshops Georgia State University faculty members Shelby Frost and Joseph Feinberg are working to bring to campus.
Nicholas Holt, an information technology manager in the College of Education's Office of Information Technology who has years of experience in digital game systems and interactive technology, has been named the director of the College's Innovation in Teaching and Technology program.
Academic advisors, food, books and getting into the building — all these and more are good to know as you start out in the UGA College of Education.