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College of Education students traveled internationally this summer on two education focused study-teach abroad trips. Education students visited London, from May 5-22, and another group visited Belize, from May 19- June 3. Both study-teach abroad trips focus on the cultural and educational diversity found in other countries. [more]
Congratulations to the 2012 GMC Prep School, Odyssey of the Mind team for winning 1st place in the National Competition and 2nd place at the World Finals. The GMC team also won the Ranatra Fusca Award, the most prestigious award given at the Odyssey of the Mind competition. Clay McElheny and Emily Fairbrass, both MAT alumni and current faculty members at GMC, coached the winning team.
The John H. Lounsbury College of Education is proud to host the upcoming literacy conference, Beyond Standards Re:imagining our Literate Roots on May 29, 2012. [more]
Georgia College Early College congratulates the 2012 graduating Legacy Class. Graduating students include: Kathryn N. Dykes, Joshua K. Ferguson, Haylie M. Galloway, Jalyn C. Lawrence, Cody M. Mills, Skyler T. Moore, Raven R. Mosley, Kaylie M. Pritchard, Lindsay M. Smith, and Jalon W. Trawick.
Dr. Edward Hill has been chosen as one of five people to represent GC at the annual Diversity Summit on October 27-28, 2010. The theme for the summit is "Courageous Conversations," focusing on acknowledging and valuing the diversity of the USG System's students, faculty administrators, and staff.
The Georgia College Collegiate Middle Level Association and the John H. Lounsbury College of Education will host the Sixth Annual Summit on Middle Level Education on October 8, 2010. [more]
The Department of Early Childhood and Middle Grades Education was selected as the recipient of the 2011 Regents' Teaching Excellence Award for Departments and Programs. [more]
The National Science Foundation awarded Dr. Victoria Deneroff and Dr. Rosalie Richards the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program for $74,821. Funds will be used to plan for improvement in the quality of teaching and learning in middle Georgia Schools.
Diversity Conference at GC (April 9, 2010)
It is an honor and pleasure for the Diversity Committee of the College of Education at Georgia College to invite you our first annual diversity conference. Speakers will be Pedro Portes and Dr. Boutte. For more details, please see the link below. [more]
GC hosted a weekend workshop entitled "Closing the Achievement Gaps: Research-based Practices in Diverse Classrooms in Middle Georgia. Dr. Roland Tharp, Director of the Center for Research on Equity and Diversity in Education (University of California, Berkeley) and his co-presenter, Dr. Stephanie Dalton worked with middle Georgia educators. For more on this event, see the article GC to Host Area Educators' Workshop.