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Grad School Prep Series

October 11, 2019 by

This October, the Attallah College of Educational Studies is partnering with Chapman’s Promising Futures Program (PFP) to offer a Grad School Prep Series. The three-part workshop series is designed to demystify the graduate school application process and connect Chapman’s first-generation (first-gen) college students to fellow colleagues in their respective programs (humanities, leadership, teacher education, health

Call for Papers: The Future of Inclusive Education

June 27, 2019 by

Special Issue Title: The Future of Inclusive Education: International Trends Promoting Access and Equity for All This special issue of International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education (IEJEE) addresses the future of inclusive education for disabled people/people with disabilities. The special issue brings together scholars, practitioners, and advocates/self-advocates in fields such as special education, policy, disability

Attallah College Hosts Annual Reception at 2019 AERA Meeting

March 25, 2019 by

Each year, numerous Attallah College of Educational Studies faculty, alumni, and students present interdisciplinary research at the AERA (American Educational Research Association) Annual Meeting, the premiere research conference in the field of education. The 2019 AERA Annual Meeting will be held on April 5–9 in Toronto, Canada. Attallah College will also be hosting its annual AERA reception on Saturday,

TPI Director Recognized by Cal-TASH for Advancing Inclusive Communities for Youth with Disabilities

March 4, 2019 by

Don Cardinal, Ph.D., Attallah College of Educational Studies professor and former dean and director of the Thompson Policy Institute on Disability and Autism, recently received the Diane J. Lipton Memorial Award from Cal-TASH at its annual conference, February 22-23, 2019. The Diane J. Lipton Memorial Cal-TASH Award is awarded each year to individuals that are exceptionally

Attallah Faculty Named Finalist for John C. Park National Technology Leadership Initiative Fellowship

January 10, 2019 by

Tara Barnhart, Ph.D., NBCT, assistant professor in the Attallah College of Educational Studies, presented the paper “Utilizing Video to Support Planning, Enacting, and Analyzing Teaching in Pre-service Science Teacher Education” at the ASTE (Assoc. for Science Teacher Education) 2019 Conference in Savannah, Georgia. Her paper was identified as a finalist for the John C. Park National Technology

Attallah School Psychology Graduate Student Receives National Scholarship

December 11, 2018 by

Sarah Bae, a second-year student in the Attallah College EdS in School Psychology program, has been awarded the NASP-ERT Minority Scholarship. The NASP-ERT (National Association of School Psychologists Education and Research Trust) Minority Scholarship Program was established in 1995 to support the graduate training of minority students pursuing careers in school psychology. The program seeks

Registration Now Open for 3rd Ann. Women’s Leadership Forum

December 7, 2018 by

The 3rd Ann. Women’s Leadership Forum is excited to welcome Dr. Linda Rose and Gretchen DeVault as its keynote speakers. Come find inspiration and gather strength from women in leadership positions throughout California. Sponsored by SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union, the forum will also include keynote speakers, a panel discussion with Q&A, and breakout sessions with field leaders.

Attallah Faculty Publishes Timely Book on Ethnic Studies

December 6, 2018 by

Raza Struggle and the Movement for Ethnic Studies: Decolonial Pedagogies, Literacies, and Methodologies by Miguel Zavala, Ph.D., Associate Professor in the Attallah College of Educational Studies, was recently published by Peter Lang. Dr. Zavala’s book presents an investigation of decolonization in the context of education and what this means for Ethnic Studies projects. It accomplishes this exploration by looking at the

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