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Please join the faculty and students of LLED to hear Dr. Christine Sleeter speak about the future of teacher education. Following Dr. Sleeter's talk, faculty and students are invited to share their research and teaching in a series of round tables.
Every week, dozens of College of Education students screen local children for speech and hearing issues.
Throughout October, a group of science and mathematics teachers from Thailand will learn about classroom structure, curriculum and the latest teaching methods at the College of Education, as part of a program to increase the country's STEM education efforts.
We know a lot about the way adults read — technology, although primitive at times, has tracked the eyes of experienced readers for years. Children, on the other hand, have been difficult to study. Until now.
Researchers at the University of Georgia are developing new approaches for reasoning about middle grades mathematics that will help future teachers be more effective and students gain a deeper understanding of the subject.