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Self-care on the holidays

December 19, 2022

SUN

As we come to the end of another complicated and challenging year, we can be proud of our resiliency and ability to thrive. We are a college of committed and talented faculty, staff, students, and community partners who have joined together to achieve outstanding success even in the face of adversity! Read more

The Center for Teaching & Learning Continues to Be Busy!

December 18, 2022

Center for Teaching & Learning

The Michael D. Eisner Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) continues to be busy! Their Speakers’ Bureau supports the local educational community through their collaborative partnerships and the professional development offered local schools. SIMPACT continues to support a wide variety of identified mixed reality simulation needs at universities and businesses across the United States and internationally. The CTL has engaged in or sponsored a variety of recent International Activities, also. Finally, the CTL is proud to continue to offer publications to support what really works in education. Read more

NGSS Palooza 2022

December 16, 2022

Teacher and students during NGSS Palooza 2022

Professors Foley and Herr along with the CSUN Science Learning Colaboratory (CSLC) held its first in-person NGSS workshop in 3 years in November. A combination of faculty and teachers lead workshops on a range of topics about science teaching including equity grading, exploring science phenomena and outdoor education. Over 40 teachers participated in the event. Learn more about the event

UC/CSU California Collaborative for Neurodiversity and Learning

December 16, 2022

A child with a sketch of a brain superimposed on her head

The UC/CSU California Collaborative for Neurodiversity and Learning brings together resources from the University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU) systems with an aim to strengthen educational support for students with diverse learning needs. In an effort to achieve this goal, faculty from UCLA and CSU campuses, including CSUN, are working as a part of the Collaborative to develop a series of e- learning modules, focused on dyslexia. Designed for use in teacher preparation programs, the Dyslexia Modules explore the complexities of defining, assessing, and teaching students with dyslexia, within the context of today’s diverse communities, families, and student populations. Read more

New T-CARE Issue for Fall 2022, Vol. XIII

December 15, 2022

T-CARE

The Center for Teaching and Learning is proud to share our latest T-CARE National Newsletter. Check out other T-CARE articles from the past at www.csun.edu/ctl/publications/. Interested in writing for T-CARE? The guidelines for being a T-CARE author are on our website as well! Be sure to get on the CTL’s mailing list for this and other publications and events by mailing ctl@csun.edu and simply saying “I’d like to be on the mailing list.” Read more

Open Position for a Graduate Assistant in the Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Department

December 2, 2022

The University Library

The Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies seeks a Graduate Assistant to work directly with department faculty to provide research support as needed. We need a self-motivated, hardworking graduate student. This position works directly with two graduate faculty members, yet also independently on activities as assigned. It offers a flexible schedule and requires a commitment of 10 hours per week. Read more

StrengthUnited's Holiday Meal Drive

November 23, 2022

StrengthUnited's Holiday Meal Drive

On December 17th and 18th, CSUN's StrengthUnited will host its annual Holiday Meal Drive, where team members and volunteers will distribute bags of groceries to support local families as they prepare their holiday meals.  Read more

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