This three-day comprehensive workshop will expose the high school student to the field of sports medicine and athletic training.
The purpose of Camp DIVE is to provide an engaging and enriching summer experience for students in kindergarten through eighth grade while giving UGA students the opportunity to interact with children and youth from the Athens community.
Join the Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education for 30 hours of professional development on the Instructional Conversation Pedagogy and its application.
This annual conference presents an opportunity for researchers to learn, engage, and interact with colleagues during sessions that have been developed to highlight the range of studies and interests across the College.
Established in 1968, the awards aim to foster a love of reading among children of Georgia and introduce them to books of literary excellence.
This annual event brings together educators and library media specialists from across the curriculum to learn more about how technology can best be used to enhance the learning experience.
Concurrent sessions focus on overlooked areas of diversity and developing scholarly paths, led by faculty from across campus.
Gifted students have the opportunity to learn not only at an accelerated level but to interact and work with like-minded peers.
This annual event takes place in conjunction with the Conference on children's Literature.
An annual conference to reflect on the progress, roadblocks, and the ongoing struggle toward equity and social justice.
A separate ceremony from UGA Commencement when degrees are conferred upon graduates, each semester the College of Education is proud to honor our graduating students at the COE Graduation Convocation.
This two-day professional conference showcases innovative instructional design and development (IDD) projects and digital learning for adult professional education, including corporate, industry, government, professional continuing education (e.g., medical), and higher education.
This day-long conference will highlight innovative teaching among college faculty and instructors. During this one-day conference, participants will have access to a range of presentations and posters that showcase the outstanding teaching within one of the largest colleges of education in the country
The JoLLE conference is a unique conference where all presentations are hands-on, rather than the typical "talking heads"
These lectures were established to honor alumni and are the centerpiece of the Kinesiology Research Day celebrating UGA Homecoming Weekend.
Leading researchers in mathematics education present their work of differing aspects of mathematics education. Graduate students and faculty have the opportunity to discuss theoretical and methodological issues that push the boundaries of potential research.
Workshop for teachers, administrators, counselors, and teacher educators who will learn about the five principles for change to better meet the needs of working-class and poor students.
Summer institute, writing retreats, camps and Saturday workshops offer teachers a wide and engaging list of professional learning opportunities, many for UGA credit or state PLUs.
Retired faculty luncheons are not only a time for camaraderie and catching up, but also a chance to hear from Dean Craig H. Kennedy and College of Education staff.
The Safe and Welcoming Schools Conference is an annual, one-day event designed to help educators and others who work with children create environments that are safe, welcoming, and engaging for all students.
The University of Georgia Speech and Hearing Clinic offers summer intensive communication programs for children and adults.
This one-day conference will include keynotes, breakout sessions, and discussions on several timely topics related to the State of Education in Georgia.
Events in conjunction with the NEA's Big Read grant focus on the works of California environmental poet Robinson Jeffers.
Celebrate the works of Edgar Allan Poe all October during the National Endowment for the Arts-funded events of POE-TOBER!
Come and explore the principles of creative thinking as a framework for curriculum development, classroom teaching and assessment.
The E. Paul Torrance Lecture, sponsored by the College of Education's Torrance Center for Creativity and Talent Development, annually brings scholars and creative artists to UGA to discuss issues related to creativity.
The Torrance Center offers training on the administration, scoring, and interpretation of the Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking, Figural and Verbal.