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Chapman University College of Educational Studies

  

Donald Cardinal, Ph.D., Announces his Retirement as Dean of the College of Educational Studies

May 7, 2014 by Chancellor Daniele C. Struppa, Ph.D. | Student News

Chapman University Chancellor Daniele C. Struppa, Ph.D. and College of Educational Studies announce the retirement of Dean Donald N. Cardinal, Ph.D. effective at the conclusion of the 2014-15 academic year. Serving as Dean since 2002, Dr. Cardinal led the college through tremendous growth in students, faculty, programs and initiatives. While retiring as Dean, Dr. Cardinal will remain in the College of Educational Studies as a Professor of Education. A national search for a new dean will commence.

Are You Ready for the Next Generation?

April 15, 2014 by Marisol Rexach, Ph.D. in Education Student | Student News

Completed in April 2013, the Next Generation Science Standards are the result of a collaborative effort between the National Research Council, the National Science Teachers Association, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and Achieve. They began by developing the Framework for K-12 Science Education, which outlined the science concepts students in K-12 should know. Design teams were created in four areas: engineering, life science, earth/space science, and physical science. The draft they created was offered to the public for comment in 2010, and the revised, final version was released one year later.

Chapman University Kicks Off Autism Awareness Month

April 8, 2014 by | Student News

On April 2nd, 2014, students, faculty, and staff of the Communications Science and Disorders program and the College of Educational Studies handed out blue wrist bands in front of the Attallah Piazza at Chapman University. The goal of the volunteers was to create awareness about autism, its effect on families, and its growing prevalence in the United States, as part of Autism Awareness Month.

NCSE: Scientific Education in Evolution and Climate Change Is Worth Fighting For

February 19, 2014 by | Student News

On Friday, February 7, 2014, leading activist from the National Center for Science Education (NCSE) hosted a brief panel discussion on evolution and climate change at Chapman University. The discussion of topics included the reasons why educators should continue to teach and design curriculum based on the scientific findings, and why there is so much resistance toward the teaching of these two topics.

Sharing Stories and Tamales

February 11, 2014 by Marisol Rexach, Ph.D. in Education Student | Attallah College of Educational Studies

I recently visited the Chapman website and saw the new caption promoting Chapman as one family with many stories. I found it uncanny how this coincides with my recent involvement in planning a district-wide event for all Santa Ana Unified school district families. It was an affair where over 300 people came to share their stories- stories featuring their traditions, family treasures, and recipes.

Teaching is a lifelong commitment!

February 5, 2014 by Marisol Rexach, Ph.D. in Education Student | News

I am shouting from the rooftops about the upcoming On March 7, 2014 opportunity to learn from national experts on evolution and climate change. Bill Nye (the science guy!) will host this open-panel discussion, which features our very own Brian Alters, Ph.D., Director of Evolution and Education Research Center and President of the National Center for Science Education (NCSE).

Padres Unidos –Chapman University College of Educational Studies: A Partnership That Moves Mountains!

January 27, 2014 by | Faculty News

Padres Unidos hosted the Orange County Padres Unidos Partner Appreciation Event and awarded for the first time “Partner of the Year” to Donald N. Cardinal, Ph.D., the dean of Chapman’s College of Educational Studies. In 2011, Chapman’s College of Educational Studies and the Office of Extended Education provided training to Padres Unidos volunteers through a Community Workers certification program. The program included comprehensive modules dealing with education, health, faith, and parenting.

Little Saigon Provides Big Lessons

December 13, 2013 by Marisol Rexach, Ph.D. in Education Student | Student News

Rachel Chan, School Counseling , visited the Nguio-Viet Daily Newspaper and the Orange County Asian Pacific Islander Community Alliance to learn more about Asian cultural characteristics as protective and risk factors in mental health. The goal was to consider best practices in counseling for this population.

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