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Congratulations to Dr. Lesley Farmer whose paper "Cross-cultural Online Instructional Design" was selected for the International Research Conference Best Presentation Award. Dr. Farmer presented the paper at the International Conference on e-Education and e-Learning (ICEEEL) in Bangkok, Thailand.
To be nominated as Teacher of the Month is an honor for any educator. But perhaps the nomination is even more meaningful when the recipient is a student teacher. Meet Urban Dual Credential Program (UDCP) student Katherine Leith. A post-baccalaureate student in her second year, Leith received the Teacher of the Month award at her school site, Parkview Elementary School. Nominated by student voting, the award was announced at a monthly awards assembly in front of the entire school!
CED student, Ralph Relador, chose the SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union UTEACH (Urban Teaching Academy) program because of its cohort model and year-long residency program. But he chose the College of Education to earn his teaching credential because of the College’s emphasis on science education and strong partnership with Long Beach Unified School District.
Congratulations to Dr. Angelica Suarez, who was recently appointed as President at Orange Coast College (OCC). A College of Education alumna who earned her master’s degree in Counseling, Student Development in Higher Education, Dr.
As a community college counselor Seranda Bray understands the barriers many students face when navigating college. And as a first-generation college graduate herself, Seranda understands these barriers more personally than most. Her own struggle coming from an economically disadvantaged background pushed her to give back to her community and support other students facing similar obstacles. For Seranda, the desire to foster educational equity and access to higher education “have long been...
Earlier this fall, the College of Education hosted Future Teacher Club Day with students from Millikan and Polytechnic High School, both part of Long Beach Unified School District, as well as Long Beach City College (LBCC) and students from CSULB’s College of Education.