Middle School Mindset

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The Middle School Mindset

Are these really the worst years of our lives?

Erik Martinez (BS in Elementary Education)


​Graduate Aims to Shape Bilingual Education

Class of 2016: College of Education's Erik Martinez​

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Special Education (MEd)


Special Education (MEd)

​​​​​​​​A critical need for qualified special education teachers at both a local and national level has emerged. Be prepared to fulfill this need and teach students with exceptionalities in kindergarten through 12th grade.


Good News

Christopher Worthman’s article, "Figuring Identities and Taking Action: Two Teenage Mothers’ Efforts to Negotiate Strategic and Practical Gender Needs within a Critical Literacy Program," was published in the Spring edition of Reflections: A Journal of Public Rhetoric, Civic Writing, and Service Learning.

Horace Hall and Beverly Trezek published the chapter “‘It help[ed] me think outside of the box’”: Connecting critical pedagogy and traditional literacy in a youth mentoring program” in Youth Voices, Public Spaces, and Civic Engagement.

​Liliana Zecker​ and Sarah Brown are among those COE members who contri​buted to the article “Finding Common Ground: Identifying and Eliciting Metacognition in ePortfolios Across Contexts” in the International Journal of ePortfolio. ​

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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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