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October 29-- Students from Toombs County High School, Treutlen High School and Vidalia High School visited Georgia Southern University for Future Georgia Educators (FGE) Day.

During the event, students were provided various opportunities to learn about the teaching profession. Georgia Southern College of Education faculty and students presented workshop sessions on topics such as assistive technology for special education, school counseling, math education, language and cultural diversity in the classroom, and various teaching technologies that enhance classroom learning.

FGE Day is an initiative that is coordinated by the Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE) in conjunction with colleges of education in Georgia institutions to provide professional learning, networking and college visitation for students who are considering teaching as a profession.

Over 300 high school students attended the day-long event from 13 different schools including: Bryan County High School, Burke County High School, Claxton High School, Effingham County High School, Jeff Davis High School, Metter High School, Screven County High School, Southeastern Early College and Career Academy, South Effingham High School, Statesboro High School, Tattnall County High School, Ware County High School and Wayne County High School.

sabrinaTop (L-R): Brianna Newsome (Toombs County HS), Alexis Henry (Treutlen HS), GUS (GSU), Kaysey Jordan (Vidalia HS), Antonique Canty (Vidalia HS)

Middle (L-R): Deborah Walker (Treutlen HS), Felicity Day (Vidalia HS), Alecia Henry (Vidalia HS)

Bottom: Donna Collins (SECCA TAP Teacher)

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