Center for Teaching and Learning

Center for Teaching & Learning

CTL - Opening doors and enlightening minds since 2002

The CSUN Center for Teaching and Learning is the research, collaboration, and professional development arm of the College of Education. Faculty from all of the various departments in the College of Education are conducting cutting edge research and professional development, in collaboration with K-12 teachers, administrators, and community members, to address the needs of schools. The CTL is proud to host the “Education on the Edge” speaker series annually, as well as offer free educational film screenings. We have a Speakers Bureau and provide professional development to the community, while also hosting the biennial What Really Works conference. Feel free to contact us with any questions about our upcoming activities or how we might work with you and your groups!

 

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T-CARE: Equity, Access, and Social Justice

October 22, 2020

Front page of the T-CARE: Equity, Access, and Social Justice

While the last special issue on ‘Teaching, learning and working in a virtual environment’ was clearly a timely topic, this special issue is even more clearly hitting a collective nerve. More articles were submitted for consideration than ever before. Authors in this issue share practical tips for recognizing and addressing equity issues related to technological access, how to ensure classroom management strategies are culturally sensitive, and how to combat ableism by teaching to social justice standards. Read more

Murawski, Executive Director of the CTL, continues productive writing

October 22, 2020

Wendy Murawski holding one of her books

Check out all the publications from Dr. Wendy Murawski, Executive Director of the CTL, from this summer: How to co-teach from your couch; Strategies for staying sane while staying home; Co-Teaching Do's, Don'ts, and Do Betters; Learning Challenges for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CLD) Students With Disabilities; and Behavior Now! Podcast on co-teaching.
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Minimizing the COVID Slide During the Summer

June 29, 2020

A mother helps teenage daughter with homework using digital tablet. Photo by monkeybusinessimages, iStock.

Many parents and educators are worried about a “COVID slide”, where students fail to retain any new information learned before and during the pandemic — as well as over the summer, when students are not in school. Families with more resources may have a way of halting that slide and actually help their children retain what they learned during the past academic year, according to California State University, Northridge special education professor Wendy Murawski, executive director and Eisner Endowed Chair for the Center for Teaching and Learning in the Michael D. Eisner College of Education. Read more on CSUN Today

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