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

As part of an OIPL project, Liliana Zecker​​ facilitated a week-long teacher training program in Beijing, China.

Jennifer Walberg presented at the Division on Autism and Developmental Disabilities 17th International Conference on Autism, Intellectual Disability and Developmental Disabilities in Hawaii on January 22.

Jason Goulah's translation of Tsunesaburo Makiguchi’s 1936 essay, “On Attitudes toward Education: The Attitude toward Guiding Learning and the Attitude toward Learning” (Kyoiku no taido wo ronzu) was published in Schools: Studies in Education. This is the first time this essay has appeared in English.

Diane Horwitz’s Winter Education Issues Forum “Taking a Critical Look at the edTPA: High Stakes Test for New Teachers” took place in February. A video ​of the panel discussion is available for those who were unable to attend.

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Upcoming ​​Even​ts

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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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