Text Size:

Printer-friendly versionSend by email

CSULB Education Week

ED Week CSULB College of Education

Monday, March 20th - Friday, March 24th

During the week of March 20th - March 24th, the College of Education is sponsoring CSULB Education Week. Activities and events are planned throughout the entire week to help students learn more about the College of Education's undergraduate, credential, and graduate programs. 

 

Follow us on Twitter @CSULBCED (#csulbedweek) for updates and pictures of Ed Week!

 


Monday, March 20th

Information Booth: Explore our Programs

10:30AM - 2:30PM | Location: Near Wallstreet Cafe & CBA

Learn more about our programs and have the opportunity to speak with College of Education staff and faculty.
Major/Program Advisors at the booth today: Liberal Studies, Multiple Subject Credential Program, Single Subject Credential Program, Special Education Credential Program, and Masters Degree/Advanced Credential Programs.

Study Abroad Partnerships for Impactful Global Learning

3:00PM - 4:00PM | Location: Anatol Center AS-119

Want to experience other cultures in your academic discipline? Shuhua An (Partnership with China), Stephen Adams (Partnership with Costa Rica), and Bita Grafoori (Partnership with Greece) will share their students' international experiences - and the impact on their learning. This event is being co-sponsored by Phi Beta Delta Honorary Society for International Scholars. 

Pizza with the Dean: An Open Forum for Students

4:00PM - 5:00PM | Location: EED Lobby 

Join the College of Education ASI Senators for an open conversation with the Dean of the College of Education. This is an exciting opportunity to ask questions, give feedback, and voice your concerns about your College of Education experience!  

Resume Writing for Educators

5:00PM - 6:00PM | Location: Anatol Center AS-119

This workshop is specifically geared toward students and alumni who are interested in a career in education.  Learn how to develop a professional resume that can uniquely describe your career objectives, skills, education and experience.

Be a Savvy User: Fake News and Social Media

6:00PM - 7:00PM | Location: Anatol Center AS-119

What is fake news? Who creates fake news - and why? What are the consequences of fake news? How can you identify it, and how can you help others not be 'faked out' by the news? Find out answers to these questions and more at the session!


Tuesday, March 21st

Information Booth: Explore our Programs

10:30AM - 2:30PM | Location: Near Wallstreet Cafe & CBA

Learn more about our programs and have the opportunity to speak with College of Education staff and faculty.
Major/Program Advisors at the booth today: Liberal StudiesMultiple Subject Credential ProgramSingle Subject Credential ProgramSpecial Education Credential Program, and Masters Degree/Advanced Credential Programs.

UDCP (Urban Dual Credential Program) Information Meeting

3:00PM - 4:30PM | Location: AS-233

Come learn about the Urban Dual Credential Program (UDCP). A Credential Advisor will review in detail all the necessary steps for admission, as well as application requirements, procedures, and deadlines. This is a highly informational meeting for any students interested in pursuing both the Multiple Subject Credential and Education Specialist Credential.

Webinar: Prepare for the Education Job Fair

4:30PM - 5:00PM | Location: Online - RSVP Required

This workshop is specifically geared toward students and alumni who are interested in a career in Education. Learn how to prepare and present yourself the day of the fair. You will learn specific things you can do to be successful at the job fair.

Reception for Reducing Racial Disparities in School Discipline

4:00PM - 5:00PM | Location: Anatol Center AS-119 

Reception for the "Promoting Reilience and Academic Success" Event, hosted by Dr. Pedro Noguera. If interested in attending, please RSVP at the link provided for the event (below).

Reducing Racial Disparities in School Discipline

5:00PM - 6:30PM | Location: Anatol Center AS-119 - RSVP Required

Event Hosted by Dr. Pedro Noguera. In response to concerns about safety and order, several schools have adopted highly punitive discipline policies. Invariably, these policies result in the most disadvantaged students, and those who are furthest behind academically, being subjected to the most severe forms of discipline and being denied learning time. Moreover, these policies often fail to address the deep alienation among students and the impersonal climate in many schools that allows bullying, disruptive behavior and even violence to flourish. This presentation will examine strategies that schools can take to reduce racial disparities, improve school safety, student achievement and academic engagement in school. Through a comination of case studies and an analysis of best practices, participants will learn about strategies that have proven effective at increasing school safety without compromising school climate.

RSVP here or by emailing Jessica.Troncoso@csulb.edu


Wednesday, March 22nd

TEACH Grant Walk-in Advising Sessions

9:30AM - 11:00AM | Location: EED-18C

Stop by during the walk-in TEACH Grant advising to meet with a Financial Aid representative and College of Education representative to learn more about the TEACH Grant. Ask any questions you may have and submit your application if you are ready to apply all in one spot!

COESA Spring Mixer:  "COE-Chella" - CANCELLED

11:00AM - 1:00PM | Location: Near Prospector Pete Statue between FO-2 and FO-3 Buildings.

All College of Education students are invited to the COESA Spring Mixer. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to explore all the different resources and programs within the college. Win prizes!! Snacks and Water will be provided. Network with students, faculty and staff! | Funding provided by CSULB ASI

Education Job Fair

12:00PM - 4:00PM | University Student Union Ballrooms

With over 90 employers participating, this is an excellent opportunity for educators of all kinds to explore jobs possibilities. Be sure to bring a resume, because districts will be eager to interview and even hire teachers that day.

More information about Education Job Fair and list of participating employers

UDCP (Urban Dual Credential Program) Meet and Greet

3:00PM - 4:00PM  | Location: EED-18C

Come learn about the Urban Dual Credential Program (UDCP) and meet current candidates to ask questions. The UDCP program allows candidates to complete their Multiple Subject Credential Program and Education Specialist Credential Program concurrently in a clinical setting. The UDCP program is a 2 year program where candidates are doing clinical practice (fieldwork) their first year and then student teaching during the second year while completing the required coursework for the program.

Educational Leadership (Ed.D Program) Information Session

4:00PM - 5:00PM | Location: AS-230

Interested in pursuing a doctoral degree?  Then, this session is for you.  The information session will cover the application process, program requirements, a brief Introduction to the program and what to expect in the program.  

If you’re a prospective student, it is recommended you attend a session.

We Are #CollegeofED - Live Facebook Event 

5:00PM – 6:00PM | Location: Online

College of ED Graduate and Credential students invite you to see who makes up the College of ED! Come meet some of our graduates from across programs to see what grad school life is like, why we picked our programs at CSULB, and what makes our College of ED so great! 

Please LIKE and visit our Facebook page on Wednesday, March 22nd from 5:00PM - 6:00PM.

We invite our current Grad students and alumni to see us as well! Use our hashtags and say why your program is great, and why you are proud to say that you are a product of the College of ED in the comment section. 

Go Teach, Go Beach, Go Lead!

The Empowerment of Black Girls & Women from K-16

6:00PM – 7:30PM | Location: LA5-243

Recently, Monique Morris's book, Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools, has spurred conversations across the country regarding the full impact of zero tolerance policies and the ways in which an over-reliance on punishment can effectively push black girls out of the school system. Her book also addresses the ways that female bodies are shamed and affected by dress code policies, that emphasize the responsibility of Black girls to prevent sexual violence and victimization and take away the accountability from the perpetrators. Ms. Morris's book, along with current trends in high educational attainment by Black girls and women, policies that promote and hinder their success, and lived experiences of Black girls and women in P-16 settings will be discussed in a panel by current graduate students of CSULB. The African American Mentoring Program as well as members of the Black Psychology Student Association have helped put together the panel discussion topics for the evening. We look forward to a powerful evening!


Thursday, March 23rd

Campus Advisor Information Session and Breakfast

8:30AM-10:00AM | Location: Anatol Center AS-119

CSULB Undergraduate Advisors are invited to an information session to learn more about the College of Education bachelor’s degree, initial credentials, master’s degrees, advanced credentials and doctoral program. Participation by invitation only. Contact the Teacher Preparation Advising Center for more information (562-985-1105). 

Credential Center Added Authorization Workshop

3:00PM – 3:30PM | Location: EED-42

Are you planning to pursue a Multiple or Single Subject Teaching Credential?  Or do you already have a Multiple or Single Subject Teaching Credential?  If so, did you know you can add additional subject areas onto a general education teaching credential?  This can help open up more teaching opportunities!  Come learn about Added Authorizations!  Added Authorizations are available in Math, Science, English, Social Science, and many more subjects.

UTEACH Meet and Greet

3:00PM – 4:00PM | Location: Anatol Center AS-119

Come learn about the Schools First Federal Credit Union Urban Teacher Academy in a Clinical Home (UTEACH) Pathway in the Multiple Subject Credential Program. The UTEACH Pathway allows candidates to complete their Multiple Subject Credential Program in a clinical setting. Candidates in this pathway student teach while completing their methods/pedagogy courses over an entire school year.

"Most Likely to Succeed" Documentary Screening

6:30PM – 9:00PM | Location: Anatol Center AS-119

"Most Likely to Succeed", a film inspires its audiences with a sense of purpose and possibility, and is bringing school communities together in re-imagining what our students and teachers are capable of accomplishing. Join us for a screening of this award-winning film and an evening of dialogue about what matters most for students today.

Seating is limited and RSVP is required. Please RSVP or copy/paste the link provided: 

https://csulb.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_7U2VErU0fWxwAmh


Friday, March 24th

Long Beach College Promise - Future Teachers Clubs

11:00AM - 2:00PM | Location: Anatol Center AS-119

In a joint partnership with Long Beach Unified School District and Long Beach City College, the College of Education is hosting a Future Teachers Clubs event on campus. Take a tour of the campus with the College of Education Student Ambassadors, followed by lunch and a student information panel for Future Teacher Club Members from LBUSD & LBCC.

TEACH Grant Walk-in Advising Sessions

2:30PM - 4:00PM | Location: EED-18C

Stop by during the walk-in TEACH Grant advising to meet with a Financial Aid representative and College of Education representative to learn more about the TEACH Grant. Ask any questions you may have and submit your application if you are ready to apply all in one spot!

Be a Teacher! Teacher Credential Program Information Meeting

3:00PM – 4:30PM | Location: Anatol Center AS-119

Come learn about the CSULB teaching Credential programs! This informational meeting is open to students who wish to learn more about our Multiple Subject, Single Subject, and Education Specialist credential programs.  Whether you have been thinking about the possibility of becoming a teacher or plan to apply to one of the programs this meeting will cover the basic credential requirements, application process, and admission requirements.

Graduate Programs Information Meeting

3:30PM - 5:00PM | Location: EED-Lobby Area

The Graduate Studies Office in the College of Education will hold a Graduate Programs Information Session.  This information session will provide an overview of the Master's Degrees and Programs that we offer.  The session will cover the application and admission criteria in detail. Reservations are not required. 

 


 

last updated — Mar 22, 2017