Hi ETAP friends!
Anyone interested in seeing BlacKkKlansman?
ETAP-GSO is a community of graduate students in the UGA College of Education's Department of Educational Theory and Practice.
Hi ETAP friends!
Anyone interested in seeing BlacKkKlansman?
Welcome beginning and returning ETAPers!
The editors of Social Studies Education Review housed at our very own ETAP are in search of 2-3 editorial assistants as well as review board members. If interested, email [email protected]. Hope you have a great start to the semester!
Please consider making a donation to support The Awesome Clubhouse's free school supplies shopping day!
Dear friends of the Awesome Clubhouse @ la escuelita, It's that time of year! Every year we offer a free family shopping day at the Clubhouse for school supplies before school starts. We are hoping to have enough supplies for 50 young people and get the school year off to a great start! Last yea...
Hi Everyone! Two events happening today that would be great if you attended.
11:15-12:15 Lunch with ECE Job Candidate José Garcia
1:00 José Garcia's Job Talk in G-23
Be a part of the selection process - attend, listen, ask questions, and let your voice be heard.
Come make sure your voice is heard!
Our next ETAP Graduate Student Organization meeting will be held tomorrow:
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6TH
from 3:45 to 4:45 in Aderhold, room 603.
Read this short article. Any comments?
"Whether we are willing to admit the role or not," Lou LaBrant wrote in 1943, "schools cannot escape responsibility for some share in determining whether the peace which comes will last" (p. 225). ...
There is an ongoing push to erode courses associated with foundations in education due to neoliberal and neoconservative pressures on colleges of education. Read this and we welcome comments.
Once an ubiquitous course requirement that nearly all aspiring teachers took, the history of education seems to be going the way of land-line phones, floppy disks, and shorthand.
Current (and former) ETAP grad students Erin Adams, Beth Pittard, and Stacey Kerr present another edition of Three Minute Theory! This video provides viewers with an introduction to Deleuze's theorizations on Societies of Control.
This video provides a quick introduction to Deleuze's theorizations on societies of control. By: Beth Pittard, Erin Adams, & Stacey Kerr Music from: https://...
🎉Grad Students - Two Exciting Events Happening Today and Tomorrow:
1. Join us for a drink at the Globe (corner of Lumpkin and Broad downtown) tonight from 7-9. 🍻
2. Then, de-stress some more with yoga led by Shara tomorrow from 2:30-3:00 pm (meet outside the elevators on the 6th floor). 😌
Wrong Answer to the Wrong Question
Teacher education matters. Many future teachers enter preparation programs with deep-seated and unquestioned ideas about teaching and learning. At a moment when the children in our classrooms reflect the growing diversity of our population but our teaching force remains essentially white and middle…
Open Faculty Positions | College of Education | Georgia Southern University
Open faculty positions, employment opportunities in the College of Education at Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA
Check out this book: Teach For America Counter-Narratives: Alumni Speak Up and Speak Out
CHICAGO • After all the media fawning over the nonprofit Teach for America, there are some veterans of the program who are now telling a different story. “Teach for America Counter-Narratives: Alumni Speak Up and ...
The members of the ETAP Graduate Student Organization would like to welcome back everyone in the University of Georgia College of Education for the upcoming year. Congratulations to our new graduate students and incoming freshman class. Have a great year!!!
Rouhollah Aghasaleh's workshop titled "Bodies in the Classroom: How to Enhance Teaching and Learning Through Embodied Pedagogy" designed for college instructors was selected as the best workshop of IRC 2015.
Lillian E. Smith Symposium on Arts and Social Change
Saturday, March 14, 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Piedmont College Campus
595 Prince Avenue, Athens, GA
During the 1940s, the late Lillian E. Smith was one of the first Georgia writers to shine a light on the South’s ingrained system of segregation. The symposium will feature a discussion of the 1964 murder of Lemuel Penn near Colbert, including stories from Tommy David Brown recalling from his own memories the event that dramatized the need for civil rights reform in the U.S.
Moderator for the symposium will be Barbara Brown Taylor, Butman Professor of Religion at Piedmont. Among the speakers will be CNN correspondent John Blake; Princeton professor and author Dr. Imani Perry; and former U.S. Congressman C. Donald Johnson, currently director of the Dean Rusk Center for International Law and Policy. Imani Perry with the Center for African American Studies at Princeton University will deliver a lecture entitled Standing on the Rough Side of the Mountain: How to Address the Persistence of Racial Inequality and Conflict in the 21st Century.
Faculty and Students at UGA College of Education speak out against Federal proposals to regulate...
75 folks at the University of Georgia College of Education signed a letter opposing the federal proposals to regulate teacher preparation programs. Kudos to teacher educators and non-teacher educat...
Support our Rouhollah's petition! Sign the petition "The University of Georgia: Stop Judging Our Clothing!" and wanted to see if you could help by adding your name. Our goal is to reach 100 signatures and we need more support. You can read more and sign the petition here:
Being in a position in which we receive judgements about our bodies is not a pleasant moment. We do not like to be excluded from activities or professions because we are evaluated as too fat, too short, or too dark. In the modern societies, however, in absence of bodies from public sphere, "clothi…
Harper Lee to publish new novel, 55 years after To Kill a Mockingbird
Go Set a Watchman, completed in the mid-50s but lost for more than half a century, was written before To Kill A Mockingbird and features Scout as an adult
African-American Read-In: Happy Birthday Langston Hughes
Mother to Son
Well, son, I’ll tell you:
Life for me ain’t been no crystal stair.
It’s had tacks in it,
And boards torn up,
And places with no carpet on the floor—
But all the time
I’se been a-climbin’ on,
And reachin’ landin’s,
And turnin’ corners,
And sometimes goin’ in the dark
Where there ain’t been no light.
So boy, don’t you turn back.
Don’t you set down on the steps
’Cause you finds it’s kinder hard.
Don’t you fall now—
For I’se still goin’, honey,
I’se still climbin’,
And life for me ain’t been no crystal stair.
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