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Articles for: Department of Career and Information Studies

Associate professor quoted on summer teacher training and development

July 3, 2018
Theodore Kopcha highlighted the importance of evolving the teacher training experience in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

When the answer is wrong, but the solution is right

May 16, 2018
'Case-based' curriculum helps students of all ages become better problem solvers.

Connecting the dots: UGA helps high schoolers document local history

May 11, 2018
New grant bolsters collaboration between Putnam County, College of Education and Willson Center to engage students in research, digital humanities.

Instructional technology professor recognized for teaching excellence

February 12, 2018
Rob Branch was inducted into the UGA Teaching Academy as a member of the Class of 2017 for his leadership in teaching and learning.

Robots help change learning in Honduras

December 19, 2017
Partnership between the College of Education and the country's government makes way for new technology lessons in rural parts of the country.

Professor and retired associate professor receive 2017 AECT Special Service Award

November 9, 2017
Rob Branch and Mike Orey were awarded the 2017 Special Service Award from the Association for Educational Communications and Technology for their significant contributions to the association.

Love of technology by design

November 8, 2017
A Coca-Cola First Generation Scholar during her four years as an undergraduate at the University of Georgia, Enid Truong found her connection in the College of Education.

Lab's projects find sustainable solutions to real-world educational puzzles

October 23, 2017
In the College of Education's RAIL lab, researchers already know what they want to achieve—they instead spend their time trying to get there.

UGA researchers to improve STEM instruction in elementary classrooms

September 26, 2017
Thanks to a $2.1 million study funded by the National Science Foundation, the UGA College of Engineering and the UGA College of Education will develop a model course that prepares elementary school teachers to more efficiently teach mathematics, science and coding using interdisciplinary approaches.

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.