The impact that a great teacher can have on a student’s entire life was the ongoing theme from a panel of educators who discussed the profession at a screening on March 12 of “TEACH”, a film by noted documentarian Davis Guggenheim.
The next year promises to be an exciting and challenging one as we at Rossier continue to prepare the finest teachers for the classrooms that need them the most.
By Olivia Niland New Master of Arts in Teaching graduates who have earned special education credentials are discovering an overwhelming demand for their specialized skills in schools and districts around the country. As soon as my MAT degree and special education credential were posted, it was like ‘bam, bam, bam’ – one interview after another. […]
Margo Pensavalle was quoted in an article by Vanessa Romo on TakePart.com titled, “Why Mixing Students With and Without Special Needs Is a Good Idea.” The article was written in response to a second-grade class photo that shows a boy in a wheelchair several feet to the right of the rest of his class leaning […]
Dr. William G. Tierney was appointed to the 2010- 2011 USC Strategic Planning Committee, which will spend 18 months creating USC’s next strategic plan. A number of faculty members are serving on subcommittees for the Strategic Planning process. Dr. Adrianna Kezar is a member of the Academic Culture and Faculty Profile Committee, and Dr. Melora […]