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Welcome from Dean Tarver Behring

Welcome back to Spring 2021 in the Michael D. Eisner College of Education! We are pleased to have our newly admitted students join our current students for a very special semester. Our college will operate virtually this spring for our safety, and will continue to offer exciting virtual instruction by our outstanding faculty who are committed to meaningful and rewarding student engagement. In addition, our talented staff are here to assist students virtually to ensure a successful semester... Read more

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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

Distributing supplies to parents and kids in need

October 27, 2020

People in cars picking up supplies

On Saturday, October 17 the Family Focus Resource Center (FFRC) in collaboration with programs in the Teaching Learning & Counseling Consortium (TLCC) and the Child Development Institute (CDI) distributed PPE, diapers, Parent Notebooks, and Distance Learning Kits to families living in the San Fernando Valley. Before opening the gates of the CDI, cars lined up on adjacent streets. Once the gates opened a steady stream of over 170 cars passed through the distribution center. Read more

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