Accomplishments

College of Education and Human Development Rankings 2020

  • Georgia State University College of Education & Human Development: #45*
  • School Counseling Program: #11*
  • Sport Administration Program: #15^
  • Elementary Teacher Education Program: #21*
  • Secondary Teacher Education Program: #22*
  • Curriculum and Instruction Program: #23*

*U.S. News & World Report, Best Graduate Schools 2020

 

Sherman McKie (2016 Cohort)
Asa G. Hilliard Memorial Scholarship Recipient 2018

 

Dr. Drew B. Spires (2014 Cohort)
Ed.D. in C&I Outstanding Dissertation Award, 2018

Publications

  • Dunmeyer, A.D. and Howard, S. (in preparation).  Freedom Teachers Freedom Dreamers – chapter proposal accepted.
  • Henderson, J. (2020).  Geometry at the kitchen table.  In Chahine, I.C., & de Beer, J. (Eds.). Evidence-Based Inquiries in Ethno-STEM Research: Investigations in Knowledge Systems across Disciplines and Transcultural Settings. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
  • Oldham, H.  (2020).  The mathematics in gentlemen’s clubs.  In Chahine, I.C., & de Beer, J. (Eds.). Evidence-Based Inquiries in Ethno-STEM Research: Investigations in Knowledge Systems across Disciplines and Transcultural Settings. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
  • Owens, J. (2018).  Music that connects.  Missouri School Music Magazine73, 1, 37-40. download PDF:  Owens 2018 Music that connects

Podcast

  • Mathematics as a Calling – Geoff Clement
  • Wass, T. (2017, April). Connecting the C3 framework and design thinking. Oh, the possibilities. Presentation accepted for presentation as part of the National Council of the Social Studies webinar series.

Conference Presentations

  • Building Professional Capital and Reclaiming Professional Development: Perspectives from P-12/University Boundary Spanners – Session Organizer, Teresa Fisher-Ari
  • Teacher-leaders re-envisioned PD through adult learning, experiential, self-driven, transformational, and holistic learning lenses. These research-based and responsive PD experiences offer visions of the possible for growth across teachers’ professional trajectory.

Individual Presentations

  • Duggirala, P., Lee, D., Lee, J. (October 2018). What really matters to teachers in schools?: STEM teachers speak up and speak together. Accepted for presentation at Sources of Urban Education Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  • Fisher-Ari, T., Heath, A., Nicol, J. (October 2018). PD for Justice and Healing: Possibilities for PD as equity work to build and sustain. Accepted for presentation at Sources of Urban Education Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  • Liu, P., Sery, A., Young, C. (October 2018). Peers, protocols, and possibilities: Discourses of teacher change and development. Accepted for presentation at Sources of Urban Education Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  • Oldham, H. (2015). Make Problem Based Learning Work for You. Accepted for presentation at Georgia Teachers of Mathematics Conference, Eatonton, GA.
  • Sery, A. (Cohort 2018). (March 2019).  Stories of research:  A journey into teaching for artistic behavior.  Accepted for presentation at National Art Education Association, Boston, MA.
  • Stone, M. (February 2017). Challenges and Perspectives Towards Common Assessment in a Spanish Course at the University Level. Accepted for presentation at 20th Annual Conference of the Americas, Savannah, GA.
  • Stone, M. and Hu, N. (March 2017). Task-based Language Teaching in the Language Lab. Foreign Language Association of Georgia, Atlanta, GA.

Grants

  • Dr. Mariana Stone (2015 Cohort)Primary Investigator for the Textbook Transformation Grant Round Six ($30,000 for Spanish)
    • Recipient for Textbook Transformation Grant Round 5 ($10,000 for French)
    • UNG Presidential Innovative Incentive Award ($5000)

Alumni Accomplishments

  • Dr. Hafeez Merchant, Teacher Educator and Coach for Teacher Mentors, STEP Liaison Unit, Department of Community Relations, Institute of Ismaili Studies, London
  • Dr. Natasha Ramsay-Jordan (2014 Cohort):  Assistant Professor, University of West Georgia, Distinguished Dissertation in Teacher Education, Georgia Association of Teacher Educators, 2017
  • Dr. Kimberley Latchman (2014 Cohort): Assistant Principal, Maynard Holbrook Jackson High School, Atlanta Public Schools
  • Dr. Sonia Howard (2016 Cohort):  Beverly J. Armento Doctoral Award, Department of Middle and Secondary Education, College of Education and Human Development
  • Dr. Frank Jones – Coordinator of Academies – JROTC/JLC, Curriculum and Instructional Support, Gwinnett County
  • Dr. Erica Pendleton – (2015 Cohort) 2019 Teacher of the Year!