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High School Heroes

November 30, 2015

Oviatt Library

Lately, Steve Holle has been working with Junior Achievement and their innovative High School Heroes program. Junior Achievement’s (JA) High School Heroes Program (HSHP) affords a unique opportunity for high school students to experience hands-on teaching in an elementary school classroom. After completing comprehensive training by a JA representative, participants received a grade-level appropriate teaching kit containing all the necessary materials to successfully deliver five common core standards-based interactive lessons. Read more

Special Education Department is Awarded a Model Demonstration Grant

November 30, 2015

Oviatt Library

Every year, thousands of students with disabilities leave high school without the skills they need to succeed in their adult life. Data confirms that 65% of students with disabilities, including those with learning disabilities, read below the 20th percentile in eighth grade, and are at high risk for drop out during high school. Drs. Sally Spencer, Sue Sears, Vanessa Goodwin and Nancy Burstein, in CSUN’s Department of Special Education, were recently awarded a grant from the Department of Education to take on the challenge of improving outcomes for this underserved and highly at risk population. Read more

EPC Workshops Program Fall 2015

November 23, 2015

Oviatt Library

The EPC department has new information on their Workshops Program for Fall 2015, including workshops on:

  • Domestic Violence Strategies: Ending the Cycle for the Next Generation
  • Releasing Stress and Anxiety
  • Engaging Men in the Process of Psychotherapy
  • Technology Addiction

See the full brochure


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