Teacher Education

GRU in the news: Richmond County Schools and GRU form partnership

AUGUSTA, GA. – On July 16, the Georgia Regents University College of Education unveiled the first of our Partner School signs at Diamond Lakes Elementary School. The Partner School Network initiative is intended to create a coherent, completely collaborative and comprehensive entity through which both initial and advanced study for educational professionals …

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GRU in the news: GRU partners with Richmond County Schools

On July 16, the Georgia Regents University College of Education unveiled the first of our Partner School signs at Diamond Lakes Elementary School. The Partner School Network initiative is intended to create a coherent, completely collaborative and comprehensive entity through which both initial and advanced study for educational professionals is provided. Click …

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GRU will host summer workshop for educators

AUGUSTA, GA. – The CSRA Regional Education Service Agency (CSRA RESA) and Georgia Regents University College of Education will host a free two-day workshop for educators June 24-25. “Celebrating Student Voices: The Power of the Instructional Shifts” will cover the essential shift in classroom instruction necessary to ensure that students achieve the …

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GRU students head to Georgia Capitol Feb. 19 for Day on the Hill

Above: Students and faculty make the annual visit to bring legislators’ attention to crucial issues in education. AUGUSTA, Ga. – Students at the Georgia Regents University College of Education will take a trip to the Georgia Capitol Thursday, Feb. 19, for a Day on the Hill with the Georgia Association …

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Prestige program helps student land teaching job

AUGUSTA, GA. – Because her mother, aunt, and uncle are all lawyers, Ashley Zappitell had always toyed with the idea of attending law school, but her love of science steered her toward chemistry and then forensics – at least until she realized she didn’t like the solitude of lab work. …

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Kuo to edit book on response to intervention approach

AUGUSTA, GA – To help improve the implementation of Response-to-Intervention (RTI) particularly in high-needs schools, educators are invited to submit a book chapter for publication consideration in the non-profit book: Supporting Response to Intervention (RTI) through Instructional Leadership. This book will be edited by Dr. Nai-Cheng Kuo, Professor of Education, and graduate …

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College faculty share research findings, publish articles

AUGUSTA, GA. – Dr. Graeme Connolly had his presentation, “The Coaching Approach of a Successful High School Softball Coach,” accepted for the 2015 Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE) America Southern District Convention to be held Feb. 18-21 in Atlanta. The presentation is part of a larger research study called The …

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College hosts Teaching with Primary Sources workshop

Dr. Juan Walker presented the first of the College of Education’s Teaching with Primary Sources workshops on Oct. 11. Several dozen local educators attended the workshop, which was supported by a grant from the Library of Congress and Waynesburg University. “The reviews were overwhelmingly positive,” Walker said. “But we’ll be …

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Demand for special education teachers continues to rise

AUGUSTA, GA – The number of students enrolled in special education programs has risen by 30 percent in the last 10 years, according to the National Education Association. And as improvements in screening more accurately identify learning differences in children, the demand is expected to continue to increase. One reason …

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ISL Conference calls for proposals

AUGUSTA, GA – Organizers for the popular annual Impacting Student learning Conference at Georgia Regents University are seeking proposals that reflect the best thinking and practices in education, informed by theory, research, and practice. “Effective educators have many successful practices that they can share. The ISL Conference is a practical …

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