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GRU Instructional Resource Center debuts 3D printer

AUGUSTA, GA. – Hoping to spur educational innovation and creativity, the Georgia Regents University College of Education has added 3D printing technology to its Instructional Resource Center. The Maker Bot Replicator debuted on June 3. It uses plastic filament to build objects in layers – sometimes only microns thick – …

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Teacher Education and Kinesiology faculty publish joint research

“Current Issues in Middle Level Education” published a research article by Drs. Susan Edwards, Drew Kemp and Steven Page called, “The middle school philosophy:  Do we practice what we preach or do we preach something different?” Click here to read the article. Dr. Nai-Cheng Kuo presented a paper, “Using evidence-based reading activities …

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Kinesiology department joins national organization

The Department of Kinesiology and Health Science in the Georgia Regents University College of Education has joined the American Kinesiology Association. The American Kinesiology Association promotes and enhances kinesiology as a unified field of study and advances its many applications. AKA does this by advocating for kinesiology at national and international levels …

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Professor offers insight into Nigerian abduction

Dr. Olajide Agunloye, professor in the Georgia Regents University College of Education, said last month’s abduction in Nigeria of 200 school girls is typical of the militants who are trying to instill fear in non-Muslims embracing education. Watch this video from WJBF.  

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Armstrong accepted into Google Teacher Academy

AUGUSTA, GA. – Jennifer Armstrong, manager of the Georgia Regents University Instructional Resource Center, has been accepted into the Google Teacher Academy, to be held in June in Atlanta. Approximately 35 innovative educators from 15 states and four countries were selected to attend the session in Atlanta, based on the merits of their …

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Literacy Summit releases program

The GRU Literacy Center, in partnership with the CSRA Reading Council, will host the Literacy Summer Summit June 12-14 on the Summerville campus of Georgia Regents University. The program – including a list of available Professional Learning Units – is now available. Click here to view the program. Open to …

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How the Brown Vs. Board Of Education ruling changed school

Dr. Cindi Chance, Dean of the Georgia Regents University College of Education, was interviewed on GPB’s “Morning Edition.” She talked about the impact the Brown v. Board of Education ruling had on rural whites as well as African-Americans, as well as the status of segregation in schools today.  Listen to the fascinating …

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Literacy Center to host summer literacy summit

The GRU Literacy Center, in partnership with the CSRA Reading Council, will host the Literacy Summer Summit June 12-14 on the Summerville campus of Georgia Regents University. Open to educators, parents, students, and school and community leaders, the summit will feature Dr. Maria Carbo, founder and executive director of the …

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Faculty honored by Center for Teaching and Learning

College of Education faculty were honored at the annual Celebration of Faculty on April 30 at the Pinnacle Club. Dr. Susan Edwards, Dr. Stacie Pettit, and Dr. Misato Yamaguchi were each awarded a Scholarship of Teaching & Learning, to encourage faculty to engage in research. Edwards presented “Purposeful Discussions in …

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Kinesiology shares events, research

Dr. Craig Cooper was awarded the Faculty Award by the Georgia Regents University Student Government Association at the organization’s banquet at Savannah Rapids Pavilion on April 22. Dr. Lurelia Hardy presented “Student Perception of Required Exercise in Online Wellness “ at the 2014 University System of Georgia Teaching and Learning …

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