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Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Invitation to Register - The Hourglass Model: a Webinar on Childhood Behavioral Treatment

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Two San Diego State Child and Family Development faculty members will be hosting an online webinar in which experts will provide their best information-gathering techniques during the study of young children.

Monday, September 28, 2015

COE alumna Barnes chosen as Cuyamaca College president

barnes cuyamaca
Julianna Barnes, a former Community Based Block M.A. and Ed.D. in Community College Leadership student of the College of Education, has become the latest San Diego State alum to enter the educational leadership of a higher education institution.

Monday, August 24, 2015

CASH Symposium Aims to Continue Discussion of K-12 Construction

21st Century Schoolhouse
School accessibility is a top priority in American education, and San Diego State’s National Center for the Twenty-first Century Schoolhouse (NC21) is taking steps to increase accessibility through school design and programming.

Nelson Combines Affinity for Art & Literature

Annika Nelson and her book illustrations
Annika Nelson’s two passions are art and books. Naturally, the Dual Language and English Learner Education master’s student decided to become an illustrator.

Kids’ Science Camp Makes Learning Fun for a Second Summer

Second annual Aztec Science Camp offers hands-on learning for kids in the community

Students at the SDSU Science Camp
By Chelsea Baer

Originally published in SDSU Newscenter August 01, 2014

During Aztec Science Camp, kids are “doing science the way science should be done,” said Sarah Atallah, the Camp Director of the program. For the second year, kids ages 6 to 13 are getting hands-on experience at the camp, hosted on San Diego State University’s campus.

Student Leadership Spotlight: Christian Castro

Christian Castro
Kind, loving, respectful, appreciative, leader, charismatic, outgoing, patient, spiritual. These are just a few of the terms that SDSU student Christian Castro uses to describe himself. However, former teachers and professors provide much higher praise for Castro.

New Faculty Focus: Special Education

Dr. Nicole Pyle
Please join us in welcoming our new faculty member from the Department of Special Education.

Thursday, August 20, 2015

New Faculty Focus: Dual Language and English Learner Education

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Please join us in welcoming our new faculty from the department of Dual Language and English Learner Education.

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

New Faculty Focus: Counseling and School Psychology

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Please join us in welcoming our new faculty from the department of Counseling and School Psychology.

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

New Faculty Focus: Child and Family Development

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Please join us in welcoming our new faculty from the department of Child and Family Development.

Monday, August 17, 2015

New Faculty Focus: Administration, Rehabilitation, and Postsecondary Education

new arpe faculty
Please join us in welcoming our new faculty in the department of Administration, Rehabilitation, and Postsecondary Education. 

Friday, July 31, 2015

Pedroza Calls It A Career After 37 Years At SDSU

pedroza retirement
Few people are able to claim that they had the honor of working closely with the talented and bright individuals within the College of Education. However, Martha Pedroza took the claim to the next level, doing so for 37 years of her distinguished career.

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Does Tech Revolution Change Education's Foundational Goals?

 SDSU President's Blog
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It is commonplace to recognize that changes in societal norms and needs, including technological developments, change our academic programs and educational goals.   For example, the development of land grant universities – focused on agriculture and technology – in the 1860s reflected the needs of an emerging industrial society.   Similarly, the rise of normal schools – San Diego State’s provenance – reflected our society’s need for broad public education in America’s growing democracy of the 19th century.

Read President Hirshman's full blog post

Friday, July 10, 2015

Educational Leadership Chair Named Administrator of the Year

Doug Fisher
The Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) recently named Educational Leadership chairman Doug Fisher their Administrator of the Year for its Professor of Education category.

SDSU Alum and Lecturer Selected as Sweetwater Superintendent

Karen Janney and Sweetwater High School
Following a recent trend of SDSU graduates appointed to local educational leadership positions, the College of Education’s own Dr. Karen Janney has been selected as the Sweetwater Union High School District’s (SUHSD) newest superintendent.