Education students attend state conference

AUGUSTA, GA. – Dr. Stacie Pettit and student members of the Augusta University College Middle Level Association attended the 5th Annual Middle Level Education Summit at Georgia College & State University on Nov. 11.

Two hundred educators, future educators and sponsors spent the day learning how to “commit to change.” The summit provides a valuable one-day professional experience for teachers looking to improve their skills. This year’s theme, “Commit to Change” refers to the ways teachers interact with their students.

Dr. Tom Erb, recently retired editor of the Middle School Journal, and Elizabeth Koller, executive director of Perspectives on Growth and Development, Inc., presented their unique perspectives.

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Committed to Making a Difference

The Augusta University College of Education is committed to being a relevant, responsive, and respected institution with a keen focus toward high impact work in the community. Our faculty, students, and alumni are committed to improving lives and expanding opportunities through the comprehensive study and effective practice of education.