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As part of BEACH 2030, a long-term strategic plan kicked off this fall by the university, the College of Education (CED) is engaging in futurist planning to help identify Education trends to better meet the needs of future students.
Are you interested in learning how to effectively implement technology into your classroom, K-12 library, or college/university? Do you regularly instruct others how to use educational technologies and e-learning platforms? The MA in Educational Technology & Media Leadership and/or Teacher Librarian Services credential program may be a good fit for you!
College of Education alum and donor Bob Ellis, whose name (along with his wife Barbara) is memorialized on the “Bob and Barbara Ellis Education Building” at CSULB, received the distinction of having a second Long Beach area building named in his honor, this time at Long Beach Polytechnic High School. The school library at Long Beach Poly High School now dedicated as the “Bob Ellis Memorial Library” pays tribute to Ellis who was a decades-long educator in the Long Beach Unified School District,...
Dr. HuongTran Nguyen, the interim Department Chair in Teacher Education, has written a chapter entitled, “Preparing Prospective Teachers for Teacher Leadership in a Pluralistic Society” as part of the recently published book, Research Studies on Educating for Diversity and Social Justice. Dr.
Drs. Stephen Adams, Lesley Farmer, and Fabian Rojas co-authored a paper at the conference of the International Organization for Science and Technology Education (IOSTE), held in Malmö, Sweden in August, 2018. Drs.
The College of Education has three Master’s Degree programs with a Spring 2019 admission cycle! Don’t miss your opportunity to apply for Dual Language Development, Educational Technology & Media Leadership/Teacher Librarian Services, and Special Education. The deadline is November 1, 2018.