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Gloria Ladson-Billings Speaks on Staying on Mission: Race, Equity & Justice in the Midst of Polarizing Politics

April 26, 2023

The University Library

The College of Education Equity and Faculty Affairs Committee hosted Staying on Mission: Race, Equity & Justice in the Midst of Polarizing Politics, a presentation by Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings on April 19. Gloria Ladson-Billings is an American pedagogical theorist and teacher educator known for her work in the fields of culturally relevant pedagogy and critical race theory, and the pernicious effects of systemic racism and economic inequality on educational opportunities. Read more

Summer 2023 Tutoring at L.A. Times Literacy Center

April 24, 2023

Summer 2023 Tutoring at LA Times Literacy Center

The LA Times Literacy Center is reopening this summer. We are looking to recruit any elementary-aged students who would like literacy tutoring during the summer semester. The tutoring will be delivered by current, certified teachers, as well as supervised by University Professors. Read more

Free Simpact Facilitation Training via Zoom

April 6, 2023

Free Simpact Facilitation Training

Are you interested in using Simpact in your classes? Have you ever been trained in Simpact facilitation?If not, this is your chance! Experts on Simpact facilitation are offering four different possible dates for free Simpact training. Sign up now for one of these trainings so that you can use avatars in your classes next year for skill building, practice, communication, and much much more!  Read more

Call for submissions to T-CARE

March 14, 2023

The University Library

The Center for Teaching and Learning in the Michael D. Eisner College of Education at Cal State Northridge is actively seeking submissions for the next issue of T-CARE. Share your practical strategies, your helpful resources, and your educational insights in this open topic call for submissions! Read more

ACT Residency Program Expands Work with LAUSD Through CTC Grant

March 14, 2023


The CSUN ACT Residency Program is pleased to announce they have renewed and expanded their collaboration with the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) through a grant awarded by the Commission on Teacher Credentialing. This grant will support future teachers in Special Education, Secondary Education (Math and Science candidates only), and Elementary Education (emphasis in TK/K and/or a Bilingual Authorization). Read more

CSUN Science Learning Collaborative Wins California Subject Matter Programs Grant

March 13, 2023

CSUN Science Learning Colaboratory

The CSUN Science Learning Collaborative (CSLC - including faculty from the Michael D. Eisner College of Education and the College of Mathematics & Science) was awarded a grant to lead the California Subject Matter Programs in supporting the integration of Computer Science across the curriculum. CSLC will take the lead in helping all the subject matter groups get started on learning about the CA Computer Science standards and how these can be integrated into different subjects. Read more


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