BCOE Updates & News

Mar
4
2015
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Sexual Content in Young Adult Literature

Though discussing sexual material in novels aimed at the young adult market may make some individuals blush, the authors of such fiction often seek to represent a very real component in the lives of many teens. Unfortunately, authentic and teen-relatable information on healthy adolescent sexuality is not readily available, and sex education classes [...]

Feb
20
2015
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ATE Distinguished Program Finalist Award

The award for the Distinguished Program in Teacher Education has been established to recognize and honor outstanding teacher education programs that exemplify collaboration between local education agencies and institutions of higher education in program development and administration. The Association stands committed to recognizing this critical co [...]

Feb
5
2015
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The Hopscotch model

The “Hopscotch Model” is a conceptual tool to help graduate students to thoroughly accomplish with the stages included in the design of qualitative research studies. The model helps to incorporate the theoretical background behind qualitative research, and the intrinsic complexity of the multiple technical procedures that could be followed within t [...]

Jan
14
2015
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Kennesaw State University’s first Massive Open Online Course

Building upon the success of Kennesaw State University’s first Massive Open Online Course last year, the Bagwell College of Education kicked off a second session of the MOOC this week.

Dec
11
2014

Teachers’ Emotional Experiences

Emotional exhaustion (EE) is the core component in the study of teacher burnout, with significant impact on teachers’ professional lives. Yet, its relation to teachers’ emotional experiences and emotional labor (EL) during instruction remains unclear. Thirty-nine German secondary teachers were surveyed about their EE (trait), and via the experience [...]

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