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CES Doctoral Students to Host the 1st Annual Book Bash on Thursday, May 3rd

April 26, 2012 by | Events

Dr. Suzi SooHoo’s Critical Pedagogy Ph.D. students facilitated an inspiring debate at the screening of the documentary “Precious Knowledge” last month.  This 2011 political documentary, directed by Ari Palos and produced by Eren Isabel McGinnis, focused on the ban of the Mexican American Studies (MAS) Program in Arizona’s Tucson Unified School District (TUSD).  The banning

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Disco Dancing & New Teachers

April 23, 2012 by | Education Issues

I have the privilege of working with teachers.  Within this group I include: future teachers, new teachers, “veteran” teachers, and retired teachers.  As I get closer to the end of this list, I see one common thread- a belief that teaching is life-long journey. I vividly recall one experience in my pre-service preparation experience. 

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Call for Proposals for the ESC II

March 26, 2012 by | Conferences

  The Emerging Scholars Conference II will be held on September 28th and 29th, 2012. This year’s theme is Making It Better: Naming and resisting bullying in families, schools, and communities. If you would like to present research or a paper at the confrence please submit a summary by May 1st, 2012 to ces@chapman.edu. Please

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CES Represents at CASP

March 21, 2012 by | Student News

The Counseling and School Psychology faculty along with five doctoral students and ten Ed.S. students will be presenting at the California Association of School Psychologists (CASP) spring conference from March 21st to the 23rd. Two of our own Doctoral student, Stephanie Domzalski and Courtney Matz, are co-chairs of the conference. With faculty, the CSP group accounts for 14 workshops, papers and posters. Way

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Ethnic Studies: Inclusive or Divisive

March 21, 2012 by | Education Issues

Arizona has been strongly criticized for its stand on immigration policy.  Their collective views on all issues related to immigrants have been largely negative.  The questions are, “Who is the “they” and why does their view win?”  Additionally, who is doing all the criticizing? Obviously, some are expressing dissenting opinions. Where are these people when

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ATEP Journey to Taiwan!

March 21, 2012 by | Student News

In May, students and faculty from Chapman University’s Athletic Training Education Program will travel to Taiwan for a three week study abroad course in sports medicine.  In conjunction with the National Taiwan Sport University, ATEP students will participate in traditional Chinese medicine workshops on acupuncture, Tui Na therapy, and herbal medicine. They will also perform

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