The Case for Teaching Mindfulness in the Classroom

The Case for Teaching Mindfulness in the Classroom​

Cultivating a more mindful and attentive mind to develop healthier, better functioning communities

Magdalena Ruz Gonzalez (MED ’82)

Alumna Shapes California’s English Learner Programs

Magdalena Ruz Gonzalez (MED ’82)​

The Growing Demand for Quality Educators

The Demand ​​for Quality Educators

​Recent reports show that the job market is 
ripe ​for qualified, top-notch teachers and
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Chicago Teachers

Social and Cultural Foundations in Education (MA/MEd)

The two-year master's degree program prepares versatile professionals to be more effective educators in schools, hospitals, businesses, associations, community and civic agencies and museums.


Good News

Christopher Worthman’s article, "Capillary discourses, fissure points and tacitly confessing the self: Foucault’s later work and educational research," was published in the spring edition of the Journal of Adult & Continuing Education

Darrick Tovar-Murray is the recipient of the Outstanding Alumni Award from Western Michigan University.

Rachel Harper has been awarded a 2016 Individual Artist Program Grant from the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs for her social arts project, Seen + Heard.

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Celebrating Teachers

Celebrating Teachers Event Photo

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.