Virtual Reality Turns our View of the Classroom Upside Down

Virtual Reality Turns our View of the Classroom ​Upside Down

Google Cardboard puts students into the world of the lesson.

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Middle Grades Education (MEd)

Middle Grades Education (MEd)

Have a passion for working with young adolescents? Prepare to teach fifth through ​eighth grade in a variety of urban and suburban education settings. 

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Lindsay Wagner (MED '10)

Alumna Finds Calli​​ng as
School Counselor​

Lindsey Wagner (MED '10) details her move from the NYC publishing scene to become a school counselor.​

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Horace R. Hall and the R.E.A.L. Youth Program

A Pedagogy of Possibility

Horace R. Hall, Associate Professor of Educational Policy Studies and Research, discusses his work with the R.E.A.L. Youth Program., a Chicago-based youth mentoring program.

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Good News

Gonzalo Obelleiro contributed to a handbook of critical scholarship on John Dewey’s Democracy and Education, to be published by Cambridge University Press. 

Erin Mason had a book chapter published: “Outcome Research and Future Directions of School Counseling” in School Counseling Classroom Guidance: Prevention, Accountability and Outcomes

Stephen Haymes was invited by The Commission of Justice and Peace to speak in the inaugural panel and teach a workshop on solidarity and social economies at The Open Classroom/School: Territorial Subjects of Peace with Socio-Environmental Justice in Bogotá, Colombia. 

Gayle Mindes served on the Illinois Social Studies Task Force to develop K-12 Social Studies Standards for ISBE. She was invited to serve on the K-1 Advisory Panel to the Junior Great Books Foundation. Recent publications include the chapter “Ca​n I Play Too?” in Play from Birth to Twelve and “Pushing Up Social Studies from Early Childhood to the World” in Young Children. For this issue of Young Children, Gayle served as co-editor for the social studies theme with Derry Koralek. 

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Celebrating Teachers

The College of Education is honoring teachers who have​ significantly impacted the lives of DePaul seniors. These videos offer a poignant, personal thanks that students offered, and give insight as to why these honoree teachers choose to teach and what advice they offer those new to the profession.

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