News from the School of Education and Psychology

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Center for Educational Equity and Diversity
May 16, 2017

Center for Educational Equity and Diversity

School of Education and Psychology hosts first CEED event

In their own words: New teachers in the classroom (part 2)
October 03, 2016

In their own words: New teachers in the classroom (part 2)

Rachel Riffel shares the power of reflecting Christ’s character in the classroom

Faculty highlights: Austin Archer
September 09, 2016

Faculty highlights: Austin Archer

Archer reports on survey of special education services in "The Journal of Adventist Education"

In their own words: New teachers in the classroom (part 1)
July 27, 2016

In their own words: New teachers in the classroom (part 1)

Rebecca Williams shares 10 tips for first-year teachers as she prepares to start her second year of teaching high school students

Thematic management in small schools
May 23, 2016

Thematic management in small schools

Muthersbaugh paper addresses classroom management in elementary setting

Nontraditional roles
May 17, 2016

Nontraditional roles

Colloquium addresses issues faced by women in male-dominated careers

Dean's Desk

The Dean's Desk is the weekly newsletter for the School of Education and Psychology. It is dedicated to improving communication between our departmental students, faculty, staff, and other interested parties and friends. If you have suggestions, announcements, or stories to share, please contact Emily Appel. Your input is important to us.


Ethos

Ethos is the quarterly newsletter for the School of Education and Psychology. It is dedicated to improving communication between our departmental students, faculty, staff, alumni, and other interested parties and friends. If you have suggestions, announcements, or stories to share, please contact Emily Appel. Your input is important to us.

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