Middle Grades, Secondary, Reading & Deaf Education

Ellice Martin Recognized for Distinguished Service in Mathematics Education

Valdosta State University’s Dr. Ellice P. Martin is the recipient of the 2014 Gladys M. Thomason Distinguished Service Award, presented by the Georgia Council of Teachers of Mathematics. “My whole 46-year career has been focused on teaching — and specifically teaching mathematics,” explained the Department of Middle, Secondary, Reading, and Deaf Education professor. “In my […]

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 […]

Dr. Suriel Shares Her Latest Research on Multicultural Education

Whether she is teaching in the classroom or working on a particular project, Dr. Suriel’s passion for issues about diversity in education continues to grow. A former high school science teacher, Dr. Suriel has published a number of articles on multicultural science education, Latino/a science and English language learners. Her current work focuses on developing multiculturally […]

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