The Professional Development School District
Learn more about the PDSD partnership between the UGA College of Education and Clarke County School District.
500+ UGA students take part each year | 20 courses taught on-site at schools each semester | 9 faculty members serving as professors-in-residence
The Professional Development School District gives you the opportunity to learn student-centered teaching skills in K-12 classrooms in the Athens area.
Learn how you can join our exciting partnership as a professor-in-residence or a faculty mentor, teach a course on-site at a local school, take part in research, or provide additional support to Athens-area schools.
Become a mentor teacher or learn more about professional development opportunities at the school or district levels. For administrators, learn more about forming a PDS partnership.
Everyone who participated came away with a new appreciation for the power of experiential learning and contributed to the positive energy that characterized the month-long summer camp.
Faculty and graduate students collaborate with teachers and administrators to conduct research within the context of the Professional Development School District.
Find resources, presentations. and general information about creating your own success story using our proven model.
Download a list of UGA courses that are taught by faculty at Athens-area schools.