"As we confront persistent, and often perplexing, issues related to mental health, wellness, and intellectual development, our faculty at the COE remains committed to responsive and relevant research and teaching. The professional learning opportunities we offer reflect our commitment to high-impact teaching and superior professional counseling and kinesiology practices as our standard, not an exception.” - Dr. Zach Kelehear, Dean of the College of Education, Augusta University
As part of our mission, the College of Education offers low- and no-cost professional
learning opportunities to assist our students, faculty, staff, and alumni to acquire,
enhance, and refine the knowledge, skills, practices, and dispositions necessary to
create and support high achievement in all areas of study.
The college hosts workshops, conferences, expos, courses, certifications, school-based cohorts and more in the pursuit of professional excellence.
Our fun, interactive workshop will help refresh your skill set for your GACE admissions exam.
Info on how to earn a masters in teaching and use it to pursue a career in teaching, training, and more.
Info on all of our graduate programs in the College of Education, including programs in counseling, kinesiology, teaching, and school administration.
A lecture from Dr. Brian Schultz, Chair of Teacher Education at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, for a look at his research, his experiences in education, and the lessons we can take away.
"War Stories: Vietnam from Soldiers on the Ground" will be Nov. 5 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Augusta University.
An exciting day of professional learning, networking, and college visitation for high school students who may be considering a career in education.
The next RTI Workshop will be scheduled soon.
The 20th annual Impacting Student Learning Conference will be held Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018, at Augusta University.
March 15, at 6 p.m., in the JSAC Ballroom. A lecture from Dr. Patricia Alvarez McHatton, Dean of the College of Education at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. How do we shift the focus from what do we need to do, to why we are not doing it? How do we hold ourselves accountable for the changes we espouse as necessary? How do we remain cognizant of the need for vigilance and continuous attention given the nature of wicked problems? What can we learn from our P-12 learners that can inform our efforts? How do we shift from one-size-fits all perspectives that leads us to search for a magic bullet, to a deep understanding of the importance of attending to context, content, and learner? The goal of this presentation is to engage in dialogue with participants to explore these and other questions that can shed light on how we move from awareness to praxis.