Dr. Wendy Murawski, executive director of the Center for Teaching & Learning and a professor of Special Education, was the 2021 recipient of the Preeminent Scholarly Publication Award for CSUN. She also made numerous presentations this summer in Denmark and Sweden, as well as for the ASCD national conference. On top of all that, she has a new book out called "Special Education Law and Policy: From Foundation to Application". Read more
Continuing our tradition of excellent arts integration training, The Soraya is bringing together the fantastic LA-based Chicano band, Las Cafeteras, and experts from CSUN’s Eisner College of Education. Together, we will explore how the arts can heal, inform, and inspire as well as enhancing curriculum and enlivening the classroom. Read more
In this interactive session, we'll explore how to prepare for in-person instruction once schools reopen. Unlike the transition to distance learning, we can anticipate the transition back to in-person instruction and begin planning for what it should look like. Read more
Congratulations to our exemplary faculty for their recent awards and accomplishments: Greg Knotts, Wendy Murawski, Kim Goldberg Roth, Minsung Kwon, Vanessa Goodwin, Samantha Toews, Connie Wong, Will Garrow, and Dimpal Jain.
Congratulations to Greg Knotts for receiving the CSUN 2021 Distinguished Teaching, Counseling, or Librarianship Award, and Wendy Murawski for receiving the CSUN 2021 Preeminent Scholarly Publication Award! We are extremely proud of all of our exemplary faculty! Read more
The Center for Teaching and Learning is proud to present this semester's publication of CTL on the Cutting Edge, where we are highlighting the incredible work of the Teaching, Learning, and Counseling Consortium. Read more
Dr. Wendy Murawski has recently added to her extensive list of publications with a new textbook on Special Education Law and Policy, as well as a chapter called “What Really Works with Exceptional Learners in Distance Learning. Additionally, another of her books, “Leading the Co-Teaching Dance” was recently translated into Danish, and she did a full-day training for Danish teachers and administrators on the workRead more
In an interview for the World Anti-Bullying Forum, Dr. Kumashiro stated that we need to “challenge the stories that often fuel discrimination, inequity & injustice.” In this one hour virtual presentation, former Dean of the University of San Francisco's School of Education, Dr. Kumashiro will provide a powerful framework for thinking about the problem of injustice in complex ways. Read more