Elizabeth Omiteru

VSU Named a Best Value by National Council on Teacher Quality

VALDOSTA — The National Council on Teacher Quality has named Valdosta State University’s James L. and Dorothy H. Dewar College of Education and Human Services a Top 5 Best Value in Georgia. This is the first time that a national education policy organization has conducted a comprehensive measure of quality that also factors in affordability, […]

MFLN Family Development Virtual Learning Event

The Military Families Learning Network (MFLN) Family Development team invites you to join our October 2015 Virtual Learn Event. The VLE is a themed virtual conference housing weekly sessions in October 2015. MFLN Family Development chose the theme of this year’s VLE (Family Violence: Increasing Professional Knowledge, Prevention, and Interventions) to coincide with Domestic Violence […]

Free Webinar for AACTE Members

AACTE members are invited to join a free webinar offered by Jeff Carpenter, Michael Maher and Scott Morrison on Tuesday, September 29, at 1:00 pm  Eastern Time (ET). The webinar, titled “How Teacher Educators Can Use Twitter in Their Classrooms” will provide an insight into how teacher candidates can use this modern technology to improve teaching […]

Dr. Carter Gets Grant to Incorporate SimuCase into Course Modules at VSU

Matt Carter, an assistant professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders recently received an in-kind grant from SpeechPathology.com in order to incorporate SimuCase into his course on school-aged children with language disorders.  The grant waived the subscription fees to SimuCase for approximately 75 graduate level CSD students. SimuCase, which is produced by SpeechPathology.com, […]


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