Peter McLaren interviewed for the National Educational Evaluation Policy Gazette This Influential Educational Journal Reaches 50,000 readers, and Ministers of Education in 22 countries

April 25, 2016 by | College News

The National Institute of Educational Evaluation Policy Gazette for the National Institute of Educational Evaluation of México interviewed Distinguished Professor in Critical Studies and International Ambassador for Global Ethics and Social Justice, Peter McLaren last month. The Dangers of Educational Extremism: High-Stakes Standardized Evaluation in US K-12 Education, which includes content from McLaren’s March interview

Critical Pedagogy in China? Really?

August 12, 2016 by | Education Issues

It’s difficult grasp the full import of this historic event because there exists a prevailing assumption that a Communist country such as China would not be interested in an approach to pedagogy that is founded on the development of critical consciousness and social transformation.  And yet, that’s precisely where we, Peter McLaren and Suzanne SooHoo

College of Educational Studies announces new deans

July 21, 2016 by | College News

Chapman University’s College of Educational Studies (CES) is pleased to announce the appointment of: Kelly Kennedy, associate professor, is the program coordinator of the School Psychology program.  She is the editor of the Trainers’ Forum, and an Associate Editor of Contemporary School Psychology. Her research interests include bridging the research-to-practice gap in school psychology, helping

Dr. Michelle Samura is a Contributing Scholar in Forthcoming Book from Stylus Publishing! "Transforming Understandings of Diversity in Higher Education: Demography, Democracy & Discourse"

June 27, 2016 by | College News

“I have always had a deep interest in the notion of space- whether it’s a color in a room, or the lighting, or how interactions change when people are sitting next to each other and talking as opposed to across from each other. So in this chapter, I basically am making a case for why

Peter McLaren Recognized and Honored for Work Throughout the Spring Semester

June 1, 2016 by Kevin Stockbridge | Faculty News

This last semester has been one of continued achievements for the College of Educational Studies’ own Dr. Peter McLaren.  While teaching and engaging our students in study and research, he has also been the recipient of a number of awards and recognition. It is noteworthy that Dr. McLaren has welcomed international scholars from places such

IES Student Research Presented at Student Research Day (Spring)

May 27, 2016 by Kevin Stockbridge | Student News

As the Spring semester drew to a close this year, the Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity held its Spring Chapman University Student Research Day.  The day was filled with poster presentations by junior researchers from all fields and a keynote presentation by Robert Akscyn, Founder and President of Knowledge Systems. Among the researchers

Yorba-Chapman Writing Partnership Publishing Party A university and middle school unite to create an unforgettable evening

May 27, 2016 by Sandra Loredo | Student News

After a semester of hard work, Chapman University’s College of Educational Studies’ future teachers and Yorba Academy of the Arts Middle School’s Journalism students were able to celebrate their writing with a publishing party. This collaboration was part of the fieldwork for Dr. Noah Asher Golden’s spring Integrated Educational Studies 412: Teaching of Writing K-12

Dr. Anaida Colon-Muniz receives the 2016 “Community Service” Award from the International Society of Black Latinos “Educating and Uniting Communities through Diversity, Inclusion, and Leadership Development.”

May 23, 2016 by | College of Educational Studies

Congratulations to Dr. Anaida Colon-Muniz for receiving the 2016 “Community Service” Award from the International Society of Black Latinos (ISBL). The International Society of Black Latinos started with a group of close friends in Los Angeles who bonded over their experiences as Latinos of African descent in the U.S. Though they came from different countries,

EVOLUTION Education article published by CES Doctorate Student, Meredith Dorner and Dr. Eugenie Scott of the National Center for Science Education

May 2, 2016 by | Student News

Meredith A. Dorner and NCSE’s (National Center for Science Education) founding executive director Eugenie C. Scott published “An Exploration of Instructor Perceptions of Community College Students’ Attitudes Towards Evolution” in Evolution: Education and Outreach. Dorner and Scott explain in the abstract, “we compared how community college instructors of life sciences courses perceive students’ attitudes towards

Three CES Faculty Promoted to Full Professor Randy Busse, Roxanne Greitz Miller, and Kimberly White-Smith

April 27, 2016 by | Faculty News

Three of the College of Educational Studies most distinguished faculty were recently promoted to full professor, effective at the beginning of the 2016-17 academic year. These three faculty are:   Randy Busse, Ph.D., Counseling and School Psychology           Roxanne Greitz Miller, Ed.D., Director, Institute for Excellence in Teaching & Learning and