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Clinical assistant professor discusses tutoring program, combines service learning with hybrid teaching

November 19, 2020
David Chiesa recently discussed a new tutoring program that brings together undergraduate and graduate students in the College to help children improve aspects of communication.

Pandemic poses new challenges for deaf community

October 28, 2020
Lecturer Brian Leffler highlights the challenges of teaching American Sign Language virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Fields-Smith quoted on increase in homeschooling children of color

October 6, 2020
Associate professor Cheryl Fields-Smith discusses the reasons parents are pulling their children out of school, which includes concerns about racism in school systems.

Professor discusses problems with a one-size fits all solution to educational issues

September 28, 2020
Kathleen P. deMarrais, a professor in the department of lifelong education, administration, and policy, recently discussed the flaws of Teach for All on a FreshEd podcast.

Assistant professor quoted on college football financial losses

August 20, 2020
With football season fast approaching, the financial impact of a cut-back season could be staggering. However, it’s still too early to know exactly how much money could disappear, said Steven Salaga.

Clinical professor discusses sport safety in the summer heat

August 7, 2020
Although the fate of fall sports is up in the air due to the pandemic, workouts, practices and games are still taking place outside in the heat. Bud Cooper discussed how athletes can stay safe in the heat with The Weather Channel.

Professor creates racial equality education project

August 5, 2020
Bettina Love, the Athletic Association Professor in Education and founder of the Abolitionist Teaching Network, calls for more radical reforms to the country's educational system.

Professor discusses unconventional learning settings in response to COVID-19

July 27, 2020
While universities across the globe prepare for online or face-to-face learning during COVID-19, Stephanie Jones says there is a lack of thought in the all-or-nothing approach to teaching.

Through exercise, a doctoral candidate with autism thrives

July 14, 2020
Benjamin Boudreaux shared his journey of living with autism and how exercise plays an important role with the founder of Exercise Buddy, an autism-friendly exercise system that leads to better fitness and behavior.

Alumna is on the frontline of fight against COVID-19

March 30, 2020
Lauren English, an alumna of the department of communication sciences and special education and former UGA swim co-captain, understands firsthand the crises hospitals are facing due to COVID-19.