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Year-End Message from Dean Tarver Behring

Shari Tarver Behring

As we move into the final weeks of this most unprecedented year of virtual instruction, we celebrate all members of our college community for their resiliency, commitment, and outstanding performance. A special congratulations to our credential candidates and graduates who are completing their programs! We are a mighty college and have continued to shine through the clouds of COVID-19.

The future looks hopeful as we see indicators that the pandemic is easing. Even so, our college continues to put the safety of all students, faculty, and staff first and will continue to offer courses in a mostly virtual format through the Fall 2021 semester, with the exception of some supervision courses and a few lecture sections. The fall schedule is now complete, and students can see how their classes will be offered by looking at the online class schedule. Please note that we plan to move the majority of our classes to an in-person format in the Spring 2022 semester, as long as safety permits this.

Read more about year-end plans, and fall fieldwork requirements, including deferment options

Education News

CTL continues to provide Professional Development support to our community

October 28, 2020

Center for Teaching & Learning

During these unusual times, the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) continues to support a wide variety of schools and programs to address their identified needs. Birmingham Community Charter, Roosevelt, and CHAMPS Arts high schools have all extended their contracts for the 2020/2021 academic year. Also, SIMPACT is now housed within the CTL. SIMPACT (www.csun.edu/simpact) is an award-winning mixed-reality simulation system designed to provide educators with a highly realistic virtual platform to practice skills around social work, counseling, teaching, conflict resolution, social-emotional learning and many other interpersonal interactions. Read more

Educational Leadership Alumni Publish New Book

October 28, 2020

Book cover of "High-Achieving Latino Students"

Dr. Jeremiah Gonzalez ‘07 (MA in Educational Leadership), Principal at Burbank Boulevard Elementary & Gifted Global Learning Magnet, and Dr. Veronica Ventura Gonzalez ’07 (MA in Educational Leadership), Assistant Principal at Vintage Magnet Elementary School, published a new book, High-Achieving Latino Students: Successful Pathways Toward College and Beyond (Information Age Publishing, 2020). Read more

The Bridge Project Receives Continuation Grant

October 28, 2020

Ideas that Work

The Office of Special Education Programs (U.S. Department of Education) has recently approved a continuation award to CSUN for the project entitled, “The Bridge Project: Bringing Early Childhood Special Educators and Behavior Interventionists Together Through Interdisciplinary Evidence Based Preparation to Serve Young Children with High-Intensity Needs” in the amount of $193,552 for Year 2020-2021. Read more

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