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New faculty profile: Flood impacts educators with grounded approach

As demographics shift in the U.S., new research and tools will be needed to track and analyze the needs of future generations of students and their families – and to inform educators on how to meet those needs. Dr. Lee Flood, who joins the College of Education as Assistant Professor of Research in the Department of …

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Augusta University keeps new teaching grads in the classroom

By Stacey Eidson The turnover rate among new teachers across this country is startling. Approximately 20% of all new hires leave the classroom within three years and close to 50% of teachers quit the profession during their first five years, according to the National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future. …

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Augusta University offers online courses for Master of Arts in Teaching

By Stacey Eidson For those individuals who have an undergraduate degree outside the field of education, but are considering a career in teaching, Augusta University’s College of Education is now offering a fully online Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program. “We had actually been working on putting this program online for quite a …

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How to make “quaranteaching” work

As school starts back, parents and teachers take on the responsibility of “quaranteaching.” Devin Johnson from WJBF NewsChannel 6 spoke with Augusta University‘s Dr. Christi Pace, Assistant Professor of Education, on how to make this new model work. Click the image below to watch the story.

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