Developing a Joy of Reading
With dedication and persistence, as well as the support of a good librarian, a teacher or parent can help even the most reluctant reader begin to enjoy reading.
Higher Education Informed by Social Justice
Marvin Lynn (EDU '93) uses the lessons he learned at DePaul to bring issues of social justice and race into higher education.
Focus on Faculty: Jim Duignan
Jim Duignan, COE Associate Professor and Chair of Visual Art Education program, was recently featured in Newsline for his work with the Rebuilding Exchange. (Photo Credit: Jeff Carrion)
Bilingual-Bicultural Education (MA/MEd)
In today's increasingly multilingual and multicultural schools, there is a growing need for culturally responsive teachers who nurture students' ability to speak more than one language.
DePaul University Awards Honorary Degree to Daisaku Ikeda
In late December, representatives from DePaul and the College of Education traveled to Japan to present an honorary degree to international peacebuilder, educator, and Buddhist leader, Daisaku Ikeda.