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Thompson Policy Institute’s Active Education Webinars Provides Vital Training and Clinical Hours for Teacher Candidates Webinar series supports teacher candidates and educators during COVID-19 school closures

July 1, 2020 by | News

Widespread public and private school closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic created a significant challenge for teachers-in-training (teacher candidates) across the Unites States. As schools and districts moved online, this left teacher candidates struggling to complete their necessary student teaching fieldwork hours and training. The pandemic and transition to virtual learning compounded an already serious

A Message from Attallah College

June 11, 2020 by | News

Black Lives Matter. The Attallah College of Educational Studies stands in support of Black communities and must speak out against racism. The murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and countless others serve as stark reminders that we have yet to develop a cohesive and systematic response to racism in the United States and

Meet the New Dean Congratulations to Roxanne Greitz Miller, Ed.D., on being selected as Interim Dean of Attallah College

June 1, 2020 by | News

Roxanne Greitz Miller, Ed.D., professor of education, has been appointed Interim Dean of Chapman University’s Attallah College of Educational Studies. A member of Chapman’s faculty since 2005, Dr. Miller holds the Donna Ford Attallah Endowed Professorship in Teacher Education and has a joint appointment to Schmid College of Science and Technology. Dr. Miller has taught

ePrize 2 Winners Announced Attallah awards enhance and expand Work-Based Learning (WBL) opportunities for Orange County students

May 27, 2020 by | News

Chapman University’s Attallah College of Educational Studies, in partnership with the CEO Leadership Alliance of Orange County (CLA-OC), has awarded ePrize (Education Prize) grants to support three Orange County public high school programs seeking to enhance and expand Work-Based Learning (WBL) opportunities for OC students. The focus of the 2nd ePrize is to encourage educators to work

Chapman University Educator Preparation Programs Earn National Accreditation Chapman’s Attallah College of Educational Studies only second in California to achieve honor at both state and national levels

May 26, 2020 by | News

The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) announced that Chapman University has earned full national accreditation for the educator preparation program (EPP) within its Attallah College of Educational Studies. Chapman’s Attallah College is only the second institution in the state of California to achieve CAEP accreditation. CAEP is the sole nationally recognized accrediting

Let’s Build It Chapman U Math at Play Video Series Offers Free Activities for PK-8 Stay at Home Learners

April 27, 2020 by | News

Even before the Chapman University campus pivoted to online instruction, Cathery Yeh was bringing math concepts out of the classroom for her teaching credential students and the children they teach. As founder of Chapman’s Community Math Partnership Program, the Attallah College Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education has partnered with local educators for years to incorporate

New Partnership Signed with Thompson Autism Center at CHOC Children’s Agreement Marks New Site Implementation of TPI's Families and Schools Together (FAST) Program

April 24, 2020 by | News

Chapman University’s Thompson Policy Institute on Disability has signed a new five-year agreement with the Thompson Autism Center at CHOC Children’s to license the Families and Schools Together (FAST) program. This partnership will allow TPI’s demonstrated FAST program to be implemented at the new CHOC Children’s center. FAST Program Model Originally developed in 2012 by

Thompson Policy Institute Develops Active Education Webinars to Support California Teacher Candidates

April 15, 2020 by | News

School closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic have brought about virtual classrooms throughout California for both K-12 and higher education. This has created a challenge for teachers-in-training (teacher candidates) trying to complete the necessary clinical practice hours and observations to meet the requirements for both student teaching and residency models. The current pandemic is compounded

Attallah Graduate Student Awarded Competitive STAY Fellowship National fellowship offers networking and training opportunities to help meet the behavioral health needs of underserved youth

April 14, 2020 by | News

Alec W. Burrola, a student in Chapman’s Attallah College of Educational Studies School Psychology Program, has been awarded a 2020 Services for Transition Age Youth (STAY) Fellowship. Funded by a grant from the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the American Psychological Association (APA) created the STAY Fellowship as part of its Minority Fellowship

Attallah College Receives Full, Maximum Seven-Year Accreditation CTC Accreditation Affirms College Programs Meet High Standards

April 3, 2020 by | News

After a rigorous, multiyear review process, Chapman University’s Attallah College of Educational Studies has been awarded the full and maximum seven-year accreditation of its teaching, school counseling, and school psychology programs by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC). To receive or reaffirm accredited status, institutions must demonstrate that they are in compliance with state

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