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The School of Education and Counseling Psychology has prepared teachers and instructional leaders to transform their classrooms, organizations, and communities for more than 100 years, and has prepared future counselors, therapists, and mental health professionals to transform lives, organizations, and communities for more than 50 years.
Steve Johnson delivered the keynote address to an audience of eighty at Loyola Marymount's Blended Learning Mini Conference. Johnson's keynote focused on defining blended learning, introducing several major blended learning models, and helping the audience start developing their own plan for blended learning implementation at their school sites. The keynote kicked off a breakout session rotation which had more SCU involvement. SCU Innovations in Catholic Education (ICE) Program Manager Christopher Wemp led two breakout sessions on "Blended Learning Successes and Challenges" and "Data for Differentiation", and SCU Department of Education Chairperson Kris Melloy contributed to the latter session as a panelist. For more information, search #LMUBLl15 on Twitter."
Santa Clara University School of Education & Counseling Psychology is excited to announce that we will be holding weekly Admissions Application workshops at campus. The first event will be held on July 17, 2015 from 11:00 am - 01:00 pm in Loyola Hall. This event will present valuable information and training on how to write a strong application package, the do's and don'ts's of application and the bilateral expectations when it comes to admission to School of Education and Counseling Psychology. For more information about the event and to RSVP, Click here.
Carol Ann Gittens is Appointed Interim Dean of Santa Clara’s School of Education and Counseling Psychology
Santa Clara University announced the appointment of Dr. Carol Ann Gittens as interim dean of the School of Education and Counseling Psychology, effective June 15, 2015. She will succeed Dr. Nicholas Ladany and serve in the role until a permanent dean is selected through a national search. Click here
ExCEL is an innovative program that creates pathways for outstanding individuals to teach in K-8 Catholic schools, while earning a Master of Arts in Teaching with a California Teaching Credential from Santa Clara University’s School of Education and Counseling Psychology. The ExCEL Program is a partnership between Santa Clara University (SCU) and the Diocese of San Jose (DSJ). Click here to learn more about ExCEL program.
SPANISH LANGUAGE, CULTURAL KNOWLEDGE AND TEACHERS’ PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN AN ENGLISH-ONLY ENVIRONMENT
SECP congratulates Sara S. Garcia (Faculty Member) on her publication "Special issue Multicultural Literature Education (Eds. Poyas & Elkad-Lehman). L1-Educational Studies in Language and Literature, vol.nr 1, p. 1-26. © 2015 International Association for the Improvement of Mother tongue Education."
The article examines teachers’ professional development by personal testimonies of their classroom action research projects on the literacy needs of their students. To read more click here
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