Chapman University’s College of Educational Studies invite you and your teachers to the very first celebration of the Day of the Teacher / Dia del Maestro on Friday, May 11, 2012 from 5-7pm. Doors to the Sandhu Residence and Conference Center open at 4:30pm. Los Amigos of Orange County and the Orange County Children’s Therapeutic Arts Center are joining us in celebrating you! We want to honor teachers because of the wonderful work that teachers do with students every single day. There will be lots of fun activities to honor teachers, and light refreshments. Veteran teachers, school administrators, community representatives, new teachers, and students will share their most memorable teacher stories. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to hear live performers and an open microphone period to share your stories too!
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
Guest blog by Cala Gin and Florencia Park On April 1-2, 2017, Chapman University’s College of Educational Studies hosted its 2nd Annual Education and Ethnic Studies Summit. The two-day summit featured 5 keynote speakers and over 50 panel sessions and presentations on the role and development of Ethnic Studies in promoting education, empowerment, and
Dr. Peter McLaren was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award in Critical Media Literary presented by the Critical Media Literacy Conference at Georgia Southern University in Savannah, GA on Saturday, February 25. This multidisciplinary conference aimed to assist current educational leaders, future teachers, youth, and other concerned citizens in their understanding of the mass media
CES Dean Margaret Grogan was quoted in today’s Huffington Post article that ties the “Day Without a Woman” strike to education and the glass ceiling that female administrators face. Read it here: http://huff.to/2mkTqXo
Guest blog by Dayna Siplia On the first weekend of April, the students of Mark Maier’s LEAD 414 class made their way to the Yokoji Zen Mountain Center for a class retreat. The weekend included sitting and walking meditations, leadership exercises and opportunities for self-reflection. For many students in the class, this easily became one