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MAT in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)Cobb County Teacher of the Year Gapusan talks about why you should choose the TESOL program.
Kennesaw State University Call Me MISTER® programBarron talks about why you need to check out the Call Me MISTER® program.
Master’s Degree in Instructional TechnologyChristie talks about the great experience she had while going through the Master’s program.
Master’s Degree in Elementary and Early Childhood Education (EECE)Taresa talks about why the Masters in EECE was the right choice and her experience.
Kennesaw State University Call Me MISTER® programTurner-Figueredo talks about why Call Me MISTER® was the best fit for him
B.S. in Elementary Education (P-5)The Story of First Year Kindergarten Teacher - An Interview with Garet
M.Ed.in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)Freyermuth talks about why choose the M.Ed. in TESOL program
B.S. in Middle Grades Education – Reading and Language ArtsMary talks about the her experience while going through education program
Paulding schools target critical classroom needs in agreement with Kennesaw StatThe Paulding County Board of Education on Tuesday heard a presentation on an agreement with KSU’s Bagwell College of Education that will provide school district funding for 80 Paulding County schools’ staff to pursue degrees in those high-need areas. Classroom teachers and paraprofessionals are eligible for the program.
Kennesaw State summer program aimed at increasing minority educatorsThe Future MISTERs Academy, a three-day summer camp hosted at KSU, invites middle and high school students from metro Atlanta school districts to learn what it takes to become a teacher, tour KSU’s campus, visit Bagwell College of Education’s Innovation Lab and dine at The Commons.
KSU professors leading the pathway for Asian American history taught in Georgia schoolsDr. Sohyun An and Dr. Theresa Alviar-Martin Kennesaw State University Bagwell College of Education are leading an initiative to conduct research, spread awareness, and explore the need for varied and complex stories of Asian American history to be taught in K-12 Classrooms in Georgia.