Elizabeth Omiteru

New Book By Dr. Robert Spires

Dr. Spires, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Middle Secondary, Reading and Deaf Education, has officially released his newest book titled “Preventing Human Trafficking” This book explores important insights into the work of NGOs in Thailand and the many challenges faced by these organizations, staff and the children they serve. The book proposes solutions […]

LiveText – Assignment Controls Feature for Faculty

Assignment Controls This feature includes basic controls that prevent a student from deleting directions or modifying aspects of the template/LiveText document. Instead, they are able to simply respond to the assignment prompts. Also included in this assignment control feature set is the ability to format assignment descriptions using rich text editing. To enable the “Assignment […]

CAEP: A New Approach to Educator Preparation Accreditation

Most of us in the College of Education and Human Services are familiar with the concept of accreditation. After all, we are called on to be accountable for standards at the state, national, and professional levels. Also, many of us are “veterans” of the NCATE or TEAC processes, either here or at other institutions. The […]

CAEP is Coming !

Hello! I’m Scott Grubbs, and I am the COEHS Coordinator for the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). As you are probably aware, CAEP and the Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GaPSC) will be on campus April 19-22 to conduct its onsite accreditation visit. This will be the first accreditation review of the College […]

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