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International Week of the Deaf

September 21, 2020

Pictures of deaf people, and the text "International Week of the Deaf"

International Week of the Deaf, also known as Deaf Awareness Week, is an initiative that was established by World Federation of the Deaf and first launched in Rome, Italy in 1958. The goal of the initiative is to celebrate Deaf people and this celebration takes place annually during the last full week of September. The theme for 2020’s International Week of the Deaf is “Reaffirming Deaf People’s Human Rights” (World Federation of the Deaf).  In support of the International Week of the Deaf, the Michael D. Eisner College of Education and the Department of Deaf Studies is proud to showcase our Deaf students in our Deaf Studies Department.  This is to help promote awareness of Deaf community and to celebrate Deaf people throughout the world.  As we all only have one world, we need to continue to work together in solidarity to celebrate our differences and make the world an equitable place for all. Read more

CSUN as One - Fall 2020 Planning Hub

August 30, 2020

Student, faculty, and staff at CSUN

CSUN as One is the hub for CSUN's Fall 2020 plans. Whether learning and working on-campus or virtually, CSUN remains a united university dedicated to transformative educational opportunity. Each part of these plans is aimed at offering the safest experience possible to protect all members of the CSUN community. Visit CSUN as One

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

Outstanding Pandemic Teaching Awards

June 18, 2020

Outstanding Pandemic Teaching Award

From close to 200 teachers who were nominated for the award, we selected 20 teachers as demonstrating outstanding teaching during the spring 2020 school shutdowns caused by the COVID-19 virus. These teachers show ingenuity, persistence, compassion and most of all dedication to their students and to learning. Check out the winners!

Message from Dean Shari Tarver Behring

June 2, 2020

Oviatt Library

Just when we thought things could not get worse as a result of the pandemic, our world turned upside down. The Michael D. Eisner College of Education is committed to practicing equity, access, inclusion, and social justice, and championing these rights for all people. The mission of the College of Education and the ethical and professional standards of all of our educational programs embrace these values as essential for the well-being of our students and the community that we serve. Read more

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