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Message from the Dean Update on fieldwork and practicum offerings for fall 2020

July 29, 2020 by Roxanne Greitz Miller, Ed.D. | News

As the Interim Dean of the Attallah College of Educational Studies and a former public school teacher, I personally understand the deep impact and importance of our fieldwork experiences to the professional development of all students in our programs. As a result of recent state mandates, as well as the continued health impacts of COVID-19

Bridging the Distance Enhanced Curriculum in Chapman Graduate Education Programs During Remote Learning

July 28, 2020 by | Community

A hallmark of the professional graduate programs in Chapman University’s Attallah College of Educational Studies has always been hands-on learning. Future teachers, school counselors, and school psychologists have early access to fieldwork and are given frequent opportunities to make connections in the communities they will serve. Like all instruction nationwide, Chapman University courses moved online

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

All You Need to Know about California Teaching Credentials

January 6, 2020 by Tiffany Chen '22 | Community

With the shortage of teachers in California, especially in special education, mathematics, and science, a career in education and teaching could make a huge difference for the younger and future generations of America. Whether you are exploring a possible career in teaching or are positive teaching is the job for you, figuring out the steps

Future Educators Partnership Signed with Local Community Colleges

December 12, 2019 by Stace Dumoski | News

New local community college partnerships will bring future educators to Chapman and help fill the growing need for qualified teachers in Orange County. Chapman University’s Attallah College of Educational Studies has signed new partnerships with both Santa Ana College (SAC) and Santiago Canyon College (SCC) that are designed to meet the growing need for teachers

Attallah Convenes New Superintendents and Presidents Advisory Council

September 19, 2019 by | News

As part of an ongoing effort to strengthen its programs and serve its partners more effectively, the Attallah College of Educational Studies held its inaugural Superintendents and Presidents Advisory Council (SPAC) meeting this month. Attallah College Dean Margaret Grogan, Ph.D., explained that this first SPAC meeting was the result of nearly four years of relationship

Dr. Mike Madrid’s Retirement Celebration

May 6, 2014 by Marisol Rexach, Ph.D. in Education Student | Student News

I had the honor of attending the retirement celebration for Dr. Mike Madrid yesterday, and it was a wonderful example of this. Mike has provided Chapman’s College of Educational Studies with many years of leadership and friendship and has made personal connections with students as well as faculty; he sees our hearts and recognizes potential. Many generations of teachers experienced his personal approach to the work he does

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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