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Wednesday, December 9, 2015

CRMSE Provides Stage for Global Sharing of Ideas

The Center for Research in Mathematics and Science Education (CRMSE), a joint College of Science and College of Education Center, has hosted numerous research presentations this past Fall semester, hosted by both graduate students as well as distinguished faculty from other schools.

Students with Disabilities 'Bridge the Gap'

The Department of Administration, Rehabilitation, and Postsecondary Education has adopted a new program that will prepare students with disabilities to join the workforce after they receive a college degree. Titled “Bridging the Gap from College to Careers,” the new curriculum was developed by a UC Berkeley professor and has been turned into a three-unit class at the College of Education.

The San Diego Union-Tribune recently featured the program detailing the different aspects of the curriculum.

Guatemala Excursion Emphasizes the Value of Distance Learning

San Diego State students and faculty are making a difference around the world, this time with a trip to Guatemala to assist in primary schools and to donate valuable computer equipment.

Ashley Details Her Journey from the Reservation to the Classroom

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Receiving an education is one of the most valuable experiences one can achieve in the United States today. But for Alyssa Bahdesbah Ashley, that experience means more than just earning a degree. Ashley, a graduate from the College of Education’s School Psychology department, grew up on a Navajo reservation in Arizona and was able to tell the inspiring story of her upbringing and education through the Pearson Education website. Visit the Pearson website to learn more about her story and her time spent at San Diego State.

Project SPOKES Works to Identify Needs of Special Educators

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Last Spring, the College of Education’s Improving Futures Fund awarded support to Project SPOKES—Sustaining evidence-based Practices of preK-22 Education Specialists—in order to allow new special education teachers to identify their needs.

Uline Recognized for Contributions to Learning Environments Research

Dr. Cynthia Uline, Professor Emeritus in the Educational Leadership department, has been formally recognized by the Association for Learning Environments for outstanding service and contributions to the Advanced Academy for Learning Spaces.

Counseling Alum Featued by UC Curriculum Integration Institute

Every month, the University of California Curriculum Integration (UCCI) Institute features one of the extraordinary educators that have worked with the Institute as well as within the UCCI Faculty Exchange. The month of October saw San Diego State and College of Education alumna Tameka McGlawn as the featured faculty member.

COE Staff Honored with Milestone Service Awards

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The SDSU College of Education is proud to honor ten of its staff members for their milestone years of service in 2015.

COE Administration Schedules Academic Site Visits Throughout Semester

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In an effort to increase connections to the greater San Diego community, Dean Joseph F. Johnson and many other faculty and staff members within the College of Education have scheduled site visits to prominent locations of specialized education throughout the San Diego area.

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Aquino-Sterling to Participate in the CUNY Advanced Research Collaborative

Dr. Cristian Aquino-Sterling, assistant professor in the School of Teacher Education, has been selected to serve as a Visiting Fellow at the Advanced Research Collaborative (ARC) of the City University of New York (CUNY).