Ashley Johnson Harrison, an assistant professor in the College of Education, teaches future school psychologists about autism spectrum disorders and is working with UGA’s Disability Resource Center to promote learning strategies for students diagnosed with ASD.
The Early Childhood Education major at the University of Georgia prepares students for careers working with children from Pre-K through 5th grade. The major is classified as high demand, attracting far more applicants each year than can be admitted.
Majors take 45 hours in art courses beyond their core courses including painting, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, a studio sequence, art education, and art history. In addition, they must take 18 hours in professional education courses including 9 in student teaching; the B.F.A. is a prerequisite for initial teacher certification. Successful B.F.A. graduates will demonstrate a professional knowledge of fundamental art concepts, materials, and teaching techniques in order to nurture aesthetic understanding, critical thinking abilities, and visual literacy in the field.
This lesson would be an early introduction, in the first 2-4 weeks of AS to Representation as an area of study, fundamental to all Media Studies specifications. As such, it can be tailored to any exam board e.g. OCR G322 study could focus...
Students are expected to demonstrate a proficiency in this area and must be able to work comprehensively, translating concept and idea into visual poetic forms while considering historical developments, critical ideas, and current practices related to time-based art. Art X emphasizes creativity, versatility and poetics over computer-based technical skills. Facilities include a computer lab for digital imaging, digital video, editing and robotic programming. Digital media students have access to a Computer Numerical Control (CNC) fabricator, haptic sensible technology lab, and 3D stereo thermojet lithographic printer for sculpture. In most areas, students are required to present an exhibition before graduation that demonstrates their achievement in developing a mature and cohesive body of work.
The purpose of this pack is to provide a research platform for students and teachers of MS4 by exploring all key potential exam areas of questioning – the three films are all contemporary, two are British (only one needs to be in the exam) and all reflect the different ‘types’ of films consumed by global, and national audiences. Star Trek into Darkness is a high production value, globally distributed...
The Avian Biology major at the University of Georgia provides broad training in practical applied science with strong grounding in general biology and chemistry to demonstrate the vital roles that birds play in human society. Students will have excellent opportunities to learn the basic principles of biology associated with reproduction, behavior, physiology, nutrition, diseases, and genetics as they relate to avian species. Courses in areas such as education, environmental protection, resource conservation, wildlife rehabilitation, and biomedical research are available and will prepare the student for employment in the trillion dollar global bird industry or admission to professional programs in veterinary medicine, pharmacy, medicine, law, and the biological sciences.
Students work closely with nationally recognized faculty and supervisors to complete clinical practicums with UGA varsity teams, high schools, and area physical therapists. Coursework and experience includes orthopedic and medical evaluations, joint injury and orthopedic rehabilitation, emergency care and management, concussion treatment, heat illness, pharmacology, nutrition, disability, and exercise science. Students may opt to participate in department research and observe actual surgical procedures.
The educational objectives of the Biochemical Engineering program at the University of Georgia are to prepare graduates who (1) achieve a high level of technical expertise, entrepreneurial thinking, and team spirit to recognize, define, and innovate design solutions for biochemical processes; (2) establish themselves as ethically, socially, and culturally perceptive leaders in their profession and community; and (3) pursue life-long learning. The curriculum includes courses in basic sciences, engineering sciences, engineering design, social sciences, and the humanities.
“Research and instruction are inseparable parts of the process of higher education. As I conduct research and develop technologies, I keep up with and contribute to the new developments in my field. I can then convey these ideas to students, sharing my experiences and how I have tackled different problems. At the same time, communicating this technical information gives me a deeper appreciation for where the field came from and what its current limitations are. Understanding these limitations inspires new research directions.”
The educational objectives of the Biochemical Engineering program at the University of Georgia are to prepare graduates who (1) achieve a high level of technical expertise, entrepreneurial thinking, and team spirit to recognize, define, and innovate design solutions for biochemical processes; (2) establish themselves as ethically, socially, and culturally perceptive leaders in their profession and community; and (3) pursue life-long learning. The curriculum includes courses in basic sciences, engineering sciences, engineering design, math, social sciences, and the humanities.
The purpose of this pack is to provide a research platform for students and teachers of MS4 by exploring key potential exam areas of questioning – the advertising campaign is contemporary while in the exam you will be expected to analyse three, one of which must be British and it would make sense to have one global and the other with lower production values and more niche audience to enable a full answer to all potential question areas. BT Infinity and BT Sport are high...