In 91 percent of comparisons, feelings of energy increased after exercise compared to sitting quietly in control conditions. The average energy boost after exercise was large enough to meaningfully improve the participant’s mood that day
A $1.25 million federal grant will help COE faculty member Kevin Ayres launch a graduate program in special education to prepare more school staff in behavior management—so that there are fewer disruptions in classrooms and students learn better.
The graduate-level program improves and documents creative potential–-something which employers say they are constantly seeking in their new hires and is the single most important leadership competency for business success.
The partnership’s vision is that children who start kindergarten in a Clarke County school will have at least 13 opportunities to visit the UGA campus by the time they graduate from high school and ultimately will view a post-secondary degree as an attainable option for their future
A College of Education research team has received a $2.65 million grant from the National Science Foundation to further test and develop a new teaching model it has created that improves science learning for Latino students in middle school.