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SIMPACT Receives Innovation in Education Award

September 9, 2019

Oviatt Library

SIMPACT Immersive Learning program, an initiative of the Michael D. Eisner College of Education and housed within the Center for Teaching and Learning, received the “Innovation in Education” award from the Valley Economic Alliance this spring. The award recognizes outstanding educational leaders and programs for their innovative use of the arts in the classroom and the community. Read more on CSUN Today

COE Self-Care Activities Fall 2019 - Week 3

September 8, 2019

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Our self-care website has many new articles and resources recently added, so please check these out! One inspiring essay was sent by Marquita Grenot-Scheyer, and was written by Clarissa Pinkola Estes entitled “We are made for these times” (.pdf) about hope and changing the world one act at a time. This week, we will continue to offer 30 minutes of inspiration and guided relaxation with Josh Einhorn. Please join this great self-care break this Wednesday, September 11th from 1:30-2:00 in CTL Conference Room! Read more

COE Self-Care Activities Fall 2019 - Week 2

September 3, 2019

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We are excited to announce that the EPC Department's Diversity Committee will be co-sponsoring a workshop with the self-care program entitled “Unconscious Bias and Its Impact on Teaching” with facilitator Marcy DeVeaux, Ph.D, Professor of Journalism and Associate Director of Faculty Development, on Tuesday, October 1st. Lunch will be provided! Please note that we have rescheduled the presentation “Safety in our College of Education Building” with Chief of Police Greg Lee Murphy from Oct. 1st to a new time on Dec. 3rd. Read more

COE Self-Care Activities Fall 2019 - Week 1

August 26, 2019

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Welcome back to a an exciting new year of College of Education faculty and staff self-care! This year, we will continue with meditation as a favorite self-care theme. Josh Einhorn will offer 30 minutes of inspiration and guided relaxation every Wednesday. In addition, this year we will have the opportunity to attend some presentations on new types of meditation, such as healing through sound meditation, and forest bathing, a form of meditation in nature. Read more

Remembering Dr. Sally Spencer

August 15, 2019

Sally Spencer and Chancellor White

The CSUN community and Michael D. Eisner College of Education honors the loss of our esteemed colleague and friend, Dr. Sally Spencer.
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