DeLores Peavey Nichols
Adjunct Professor of Education and Technology
DeLores Nichols is a native of Waycross, Georgia. She has two sons (Phil and Jared), one daughter (Jillian), one daughter-in-law(Lisa), and four grandchildren: Alisa, Makayla, Hailen and Cassidey.
She has over 35 years of experience working in public and private institutions. Nichols has worked closely with the North Georgia RESA, and has taught in a variety of settings from elementary to college.
Nichols has worked closely with the faculty in the Price School of Education for over five years, and she has taught a variety of courses, including Technology EDU 381/384 EDU 225, EDU 230, EDU 325, EDU 384, and EDU 344. She has also functioned in the role of Candidate Teacher Supervisor.
She received her undergraduate degree from Gainesville College, her M.Ed. from North GA College, and her Specialist Degree from the University of GA.
Nichols is especially interested in Bloom’s Taxonomy, DeBono, and Art Costa. All three inform the work she does in the area of differentiation.
Nichols says she believes "that the past does have an impact on our lives, but the present that should be the driving force in shaping and molding our lives and future."