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  • Georgia Southern University College of Education hosts 34th annual National Youth Advocacy and Resilience Conference, March 5-8.
    The conference brings together more than 1,200 professionals in education, social work, law enforcement, counseling and other child and family advocacy entities from around the country for quality, relevant training to better serve youth. “This year’s NYAR conference is sure to be inspiring, rejuvenating and full of practical strategies to support youth and the adults […]
  • Call Me MISTER: Georgia Southern junior Jordan Moreno is passionate about teaching, changing the education paradigm.
    Jordan Moreno, a junior in the College of Education at Georgia Southern University, recalls not having a Black teacher until the 7th grade. Since then, he’s dreamed about being a part of a paradigm shift in education while pursuing his passion for teaching and mentoring elementary students. As a member of the inaugural 2022-2023 cohort […]
  • Teacher Candidates Provide Targeted Tutoring
    This spring, a pilot literacy tutoring program will expand its reach after a successful launch. For the pilot, College of Education teacher candidates provided individualized literacy tutoring as part of their Pre-Professional Block (PPB) practicum at partner schools Metter Elementary and Hodge Elementary. All 18 teacher candidates placed at Hodge Elementary will incorporate literacy tutoring […]
  • Teacher certification now easier for paraprofessionals
    Georgia Southern University’s College of Education (COE) is offering paraprofessionals new ways to earn their teacher certification. The initiative recognizes the advantages and challenges unique to students currently working in schools and wanting to continue serving their school community. Starting in the fall of 2023, customized degree tracks (pending approval) will allow paraprofessionals to complete […]
  • COE undergrads assist in district-wide Project Eaglet
    During the two weeks between January 17-27, all nine elementary schools in Bulloch County brought their fourth graders to Georgia Southern’s Statesboro campus. Each day students from a different school spent two hours at the Russell Union learning about the properties of light and sound. Groups of 10-12 students rotated through eleven stations in order […]
  • College of Education earns accreditation from the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP)
    The College of Education at Georgia Southern University has earned accreditation from the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). The college is one of only four educator preparation programs in Georgia with that distinction. Accreditation was granted without any of the Areas for Improvement or Stipulations that programs must often address to maintain […]

Last updated: 3/10/2021