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CSUN Teams with The Ed Asner Family Center to Train Therapists to Work with Individuals with Autism

May 16, 2019

Oviatt Library

There are only a handful of therapists in Los Angeles who specialized in working with individuals with autism. California State University, Northridge is partnering with The Ed Asner Family Center to change that. Officials with CSUN’s Mitchell Family Counseling Clinic and Family Focus Resource Center will be working closely with the staff at The Ed Asner Family Center to train therapists who have the skills to work with individuals on the autism spectrum and their families. Read more on CSUN Today Read more

COE Self-Care Activities Spring 2019 - Week 16

May 6, 2019

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This is the final week of our self-care program this academic year. I want to thank all faculty and staff who participated this year, and a huge thank you to Josh Einhorn who lead our wonderful weekly meditation and inspiration sessions, and also brought incredible meditation leaders to our special monthly presentations. Come enjoy the last opportunity this spring for meditation with Josh this Wednesday, May 8th, from 1:30-2 PM in the CTL Conference room.  Read more

CSUN Eisner College Passes Credentialing Re-Accreditation with Flying Colors

May 2, 2019

California Commission on Teacher Credentialing watermark

This March, the Michael D. Eisner College of Education hosted a California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) Accreditation team, which reviewed our 27 credential programs in depth. Following the site visit, we received the summary report with a unanimous recommendation of re-accreditation without any further conditions. This recommendation was approved by the Commission on Accreditation on May 2nd, with our programs being roundly praised.
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Climate Change Literacy Project

April 25, 2019

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College of Education faculty member, Dr. Susan Belgrad has been selected to serve on the program committee of the UC-CSU Environmental and Climate Change Literacy Project and Summit. Read more

Reframing Diversity for the 21st Century

April 25, 2019

Derrick Gay

The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) sponsored this exciting event on March 11, 2019. Keynote speaker, Dr. Derrick Gay, led an interactive talk, sharing his insights and strategies gained from 20 years of diversity research and experience both nationally and internationally. Read more

Ed Tech MA Alumna Chosen as GoldCoast CUE Teacher of the Year

April 25, 2019

GoldCoast CUE

Verity Ollif, Secondary Education alumna in Educational Technology and Oxnard Union High SD, was recently chosen as the GoldCoast CUE Teacher of the Year! “Verity is an outstanding teacher who leads by example with technology, especially in using ed tech in the pursuit of true mastery grading in the high school English classroom. She was also instrumental is setting up a blogging cooperative to help students blog as authentic writing experiences.” ~ Emily G, from the Gold Coast CUE website

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