Elizabeth Omiteru

Encouraging Lifelong Learning – Dr. J.T. Cox

“We now accept the fact that learning is a lifelong process of keeping abreast of change. And the most pressing tasks is to teach people how to learn.” – Peter F. Drucker Click on the video link below to listen as Dr. J.T. Cox¬† shares some of his insights on lifelong learning. Dr. Cox is […]

VSU Professor Explores Human Trafficking in Southeast Asia

Dr. Bob Spires, an assistant professor in the Middle, Secondary, Reading and Deaf Education at the COEHS, spent a month this Summer in Southeast Asia conducting research on human trafficking, education and at-risk youth. Collaborating with two Hong Kong-based non-governmental organizations (NGOs), Project Share and Liberty Asia, Dr. Spires conducted qualitative research with students and […]

COEHS Partners with GaDOE to Provide Competency-based Education to K-5 Teachers

The College of Education and Human Services at Valdosta State University has been awarded a $198,000 grant by the Georgia Department of Education to make available K-5 teacher certificate endorsements in Math and Science. ¬†Working in cooperation with the Georgia Department of Education these endorsements, once approved by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission, will be […]

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