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Interested in examining literacy and language development of native English speakers, bilingual speakers, English language learners, and speakers of non-standard English in grades K-12 and adult education? The MA in Dual Language Development Program may be a good fit for you! This program is open now for Fall ’19 admissions & applications are due June 1, 2019.  Visit the Master’s Degree in Dual Language Development Program website for more information. 
Dr. Ping Liu was invited to give a keynote at the Iowa State Chinese Teaching Methodology and Research Symposium held at the University of Iowa. The presentation, “Apply scaffolding to support Chinese language development in a meaningful context”, was a focused discussion on application of theory-based strategies to support active learning and higher-order thinking in Chinese teaching.
  Do you see yourself as a leader within TK-12 educational organizations? Are you interested in learning how to serve as a school administrator (assistant principal, principal, district-level administrator, assistant superintendent, superintendent)? The MA in Educational Administration Program with Preliminary Administrative Services credential may be a good fit for teachers or other credentialed school professionals! This program is open for Fall '19 admissions & applications are due...
CED faculty and students gave four presentations at a recent international conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE), held in Las Vegas, NV in March, 2019.
Are you looking to become a leader or advocate for early childhood organizations working with children from birth through age 8? Are you a Transitional Kindergarten (TK) teacher in California seeking 24 units of Early Childhood Education coursework to fulfill the SB 876 requirement? The MA in Early Childhood Education Program may be a good fit for you! This program is open for Fall ’19 admissions & applications are due June 1, 2019. 
Instructor Victoria Bryan’s LST211 class, Theatre, Dance and Movement for Inclusive Elementary Classrooms, focuses on using elements of the performative arts such as theater, dance, and movement in the inclusive, elementary classroom. Students can learn how to apply these techniques rooted in the arts to work with children in their future classrooms.