Junior Madelyn Gore always knew she wanted to teach. From an early age, she spent hours in her mom’s elementary classroom lending a hand to set up each year and helping after she got out of school.
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Georgia College's Tanzania study abroad program is packed with on-site learning opportunities. Students interact with Tanzanians every day – at schools, community centers and orphanages – seeing up close how differently one society names, views and treats disabilities.
Middles grades education major Jerome Brown is the first graduate of the Call Me MiSTER program.
During her time at Georgia College, she volunteered, worked in her professional organization, the Council for Exceptional Children, and completed her yearlong student teaching stint at Gray Elementary in Jones County. She even took her educational experience to the next by studying abroad in Tanzania during the summer of 2017.
The book contains numerous videos as well as photographs that highlight the unique and fascinating science and history for educators throughout the state.
Education students acknowledge the benefits of Georgia College’s unique way of educating future teachers. The foundational piece is the mentor-led cornerstone, meaning each cohort —or group of students who take most courses together during the program — has a faculty member assigned to them.
After a nationwide search, Georgia College has named Dr. Joseph M. Peters the new dean of the College of Education.
Georgia College’s College of Education has launched a new program that aims to increase the pool of available teachers from a broader and more diverse background.