Anne Steketee began at Chapman as a PhD student in the fall of 2016. Before she began her first semester, she interviewed with Dr. Kim Padulo for a position as a graduate teaching assistant. She is currently in the sixth semester of teaching IES 303: Education through Life Transitions. Describe your professional background within education.
What does it mean to be “smart” in mathematics? How can we create opportunities for all students so they see themselves as smart? Dr. Cathery Yeh, Assistant Professor in the Attallah College of Educational Studies teacher education programs, sees these questions as key to closing the achievement and opportunity gaps in US schools. She has
The Association of School Counselors at Chapman University recently held its first suicide risk assessment workshop for the local Orange County community. “We saw a need for additional awareness when it came to suicide prevention. Our goal was to provide evidenced-based strategies to educators in an effort to reduce the number of suicide attempts and
The American Red Cross, UNICEF, the ACLU. Every day in the news, one can see the impact of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) throughout the world—from tackling social and civil rights issues to assisting with redevelopment. But what roles do nonprofit groups play in our lives here at Chapman, and why are they important to our work
Dean Margaret Grogan of the Attallah College of Educational Studies has been recognized as one of the top 200 influencers in education on the RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings for the seventh year in a row. The rankings identify US-based university scholars who are doing the most to shape and guide educational practice and policy