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Category: Media Mention
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How one educator revived her enthusiasm for the classroom
January 5, 2018
In the AJC's Get Schooled blog, professor Peter Smagorinsky has been following one Georgia teacher's journey since she was a student at UGA.
Doctoral student explores vocational counseling in online article
December 19, 2017
The need in the HIV/AIDS community is huge, writes graduate student Michael B. Drew, but it has the potential to change many lives for the better.
Assistant professor quoted on test-based accountability
November 13, 2017
Richard Welsh was recently quoted by the AJC on Georgia's new scoring system proposal.
Associate professor quoted on rapping lesson plans
October 11, 2017
Bettina Love, an associate professor in the department of educational theory and practice in the College of Education, was recently quoted on the use of hip-hop as a teaching tool by NBC News.
Associate professor quoted on religion in schools
September 18, 2017
Kevin Burke was recently quoted on how teachers are prepared to teach religion in schools.
Luft's research noted in Education Week
September 15, 2017
What happens when, as a new science teacher, you enter a classroom and are expected to teach in a subject area that's not your specialty? T
Alumnus helps students embrace robotics
September 14, 2017
A College of Education graduate has turned his love of robotics and technology into an advantage for all of Forsyth County.
CNN visits College for report on dyslexia
July 26, 2017
Associate professor Jennifer Lindstrom is featured in a segment examining assistive technologies for dyslexia.
Assistant professor quoted on estimated value of Houston Rockets
July 20, 2017
Steven Salaga explains why the team's ability to create positive buzz with ticket sales and TV ratings is essential for creating stability.
Problem solved: Faculty member helps Stroud students at international competition
June 22, 2017
Started by lecturer Meg Hines, the school's Community Problem Solving team investigated and created a rain garden to improve a watershed.
Students in study abroad program meet town's mayor
May 23, 2017
Mayor Gian Carlo Muzzarelli met with 23 College of Education students and professor Beth Tolley while they are taking part in the annual study-abroad trip to Modena, Italy.
Recent graduates win Fulbright assistantships
February 28, 2017
Two recent College of Education graduates recently received Fulbright grants to teach English overseas.
Associate professor develops assessment tool
January 31, 2017
Laine Bradshaw's work is focused on developing and leveraging diagnostic psychometric methodology to design assessments that are both detailed and efficient.
Documentary series features College's partnership with school district
January 13, 2017
Hosted by legendary actor James Earl Jones, the series of mini-documentaries called "Behind the Scenes" highlights innovations and leaders in areas such as health, education, business, culture and the environment.
New Year's resolutions won't stick if they aren't fun
January 6, 2017
A recent Paste magazine story featured professor Bryan McCullick's advice on building better habits, especially when it comes to exercise.
State's grading system for schools harsher than others in Southeast, says Welsh
January 5, 2017
A recent article on AJC.com focusing on Georgia's A-F grading system for schools highlighted issues with the system, including research by a College of Education faculty member.
Creating literary critics or lifelong readers?
December 1, 2016
In a recent op-ed piece, Professor Peter Smagorinsky notes how passion and imagination are better ways to keep kids reading.
Fields-Smith quoted in Christian Science Monitor
October 21, 2016
Classroom discussions about race are important, says the College of Education professor, but also need proper context.
Kids, adults can be 'swim teachers' to help prevent bullying
October 11, 2016
For National Bullying Prevention Month, the director of our Safe and Welcoming Schools project shares some prevention tips.
Ampersand feature focuses on strength of Deaf culture, faculty members
October 5, 2016
A recent story in the Red & Black's Ampersand magazine turned the spotlight onto three faculty members who share a unique language.