UGA science education faculty ranked third in the nation in research productivity from 2000-2009 when data were adjusted for the acceptance rates of the four top science education journals studied and fourth when data were adjusted for raw number of publications.
COE researchers Jessica Bishop and AnnaMarie Conner receive National Science Foundation CAREER awards totaling $1.2 million to study the way mathematics reasoning is communicated in the classroom.
UGA College of Education researchers are seeking teachers to participate in a $2.9 million study examining the effectiveness of the instructional conversation teaching method in improving student achievement toward Common Core standards.
UGA graduate program in special education that prepares educators to more effectively teach students with autism has received a third federal grant of $1.2 million.
Kinesiology professor Kevin McCully’s new optical method could save patients 100 times the cost of getting the same measurements through magnetic resonance imaging.