Research

Teacher Education faculty share research, publications

Dr. Stacie Pettit’s article, “Teachers’ and Students’ Beliefs about ELLs in Mainstream Mathematics Classrooms,” has been published in the April 2013 Journal of Contemporary Research in Education, a new journal published by the University of Mississippi School of Education. Drs. Rebecca Harper and Gordon Eisenman had their article “Bibliotherapy for Inclusion Classrooms” published …

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Associate Dean presents at national symposium

Dr. Wayne Lord, Associate Dean for Graduate Programs at the GRU College of Education, was recently invited to give a presentation on state policy in gifted education at the 11th Wallace Research and Policy Symposium on Talent Development. His presentation addressed the attributes of process, product, and progress for researching educational …

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Students present research at annual event

GRU College of Education students presented a series of research projects at the 2014 GRU Graduate Research Day on March 20. Click here to see photos from the event. The event featured Dr.  Andrew V. Schally, a renowned endocrinologist who won the 1977 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, as …

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Yamaguchi research published in Thai cultural research magazine

The East Asia Academic Cooperation Council (EACC) of Thailand has published “Developing Global Citizens with a Global Perspective” by Dr. Misato Yamaguchi in the December 2013 issue of “EACC Magazine.” The article was originally published in “SanSaeng” (“Living Together”), a journal of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Asia-Pacific Centre of Education …

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Pettit awarded grant for ‘To Tweet or Not to Tweet’

Dr. Stacie Pettit, Professor in Teacher Education, was awarded a $500 grant to present “To Tweet or Not to Tweet” at the National Evaluation Institute CREATE Conference. The presentation explored the effects of using social media with university education students by discussing in what ways professors use social media in …

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Graduate students propose strategies to curb bullying

From L-R: Kamela Perry, Dr. Rebecca Harper, Amanda Bannister, Meaghan Laine Elam, and Nicole Carpenter. AUGUSTA, GA. – Four GRU College of Education students recently presented research with Dr. Rebecca Harper, after their work was accepted for a round table session at the 38th annual conference of the Georgia Educational …

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Kinesiology shares enrollment and research success

L-R: Alex Walker, Dr. Graeme Connolly, and Gina Zagarella. AUGUSTA, GA. – Enrollment in the Department of Kinesiology has exceeded previous levels, according to Chair Steven Page. He reports that 315 students have joined the Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and the Bachelor of Education in Health & Physical Education …

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