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Robert Filback

January 16th, 2020
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Tools for Inclusive Teaching

This page was developed by the diversity committee of the Rossier School of Education in order to help faculty across all courses and in all programs better teach the concepts of diversity.

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July 22nd, 2015
The 2015 graduates of the Global Executive EdD program.
The 2015 graduates of the Global Executive EdD program.

Think Globally, Act Globally

An international cohort of students completes the Global Executive EdD program

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February 19th, 2014

Rossier Around the World

By Andrea Bennett Rossier’s most recent international activities continue to make news and make a difference. Study tours, collaborative student projects, and faculty appointments are addressing issues in education from a truly global perspective. Rossier continues to nurture and expand its partnerships throughout the world. Costa Rica In June 2013, 12 EdD candidates travelled to […]

August 30th, 2013
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Delegation from Iraq Explores Rossier Program Offerings

The delegation discussed opportunities for exchange, research collaboration, potential technical assistance and professional development.

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August 28th, 2013
Alan G. Green
Dr. Alan G. Green

New Directions for Diversity at USC Rossier

The term diversity evokes different things for different people: strength and opportunity, a hot button to be avoided, indifference or consternation, to name a few. Wherever one stands on the spectrum, an increasingly interconnected global landscape compels educators to develop broader and more nuanced understandings of this topic. Institutions of higher education are central in […]

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June 17th, 2013
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A significant event later in the week was speaking with Jackson, an Endupoto elder, who is finishing his teacher training at Arusha Teachers College. Jackson has encountered new “participatory methods” and reports learning that “teachers are not the source of knowledge” but instead they have to find ways to support each students’ learning. It will be important to watch how new ideas like these trickle into the classrooms at Endupoto as Jackson returns to his family and village and begins teaching.

Rossier Professor Visits Tanzanian Primary School Founded by Alumna

Rob Filback recently visited the Endupoto Primary School founded by Cheryl Kyle ’62. The following is a photo essay of his trip. I recently traveled into the Maasai Steppe near Arusha, Tanzania to visit the Endupoto Primary School. Getting to Endupoto required not just our driver, Frank, from JM Tours, but an elder from Endupoto […]

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April 30th, 2013
Tom Boysen, Dominic Brewer, Dinghua Wang, Julie Slayton, Rob Filback
Tom Boysen, Dominic Brewer, Dinghua Wang, Julie Slayton, Rob Filback

Rossier hosts Dr. Dinghua Wang from China’s Ministry of Education

Rossier was pleased to host Dr. Dinghua Wang, Director General of Basic Education Department and the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China on April 30th. Dr. Wang was accompanied by education consultant Dr. Tom Boysen. Dr. Julie Slayton presented about Rossier’s MAT program and Dr. Rob Filback presented about Rossier’s Global Executive EdD program. […]

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April 26th, 2013
Chinese delegation from Beijing Normal University
Chinese delegation from Beijing Normal University

Rossier strengthens ties with Beijing Normal University

A delegation of faculty members from Beijing Normal University, the top-ranked Chinese school of education, visited Rossier on April 26, 2013 en route to the AERA conference in San Francisco. Rossier and Beijing Normal University faculty have collaborated for many years, including EdD study tours. The highlight of the meeting was when the deans of […]

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April 8th, 2013
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Rossier Faculty Presents About Online MAT-TESOL Program at TESOL Convention

A panel of Rossier faculty who were involved in the design and implementation of the online MAT-TESOL program hosted a colloquium about their experience at the TESOL 2013 Convention in Dallas. The colloquium panel included Heather Robertson EdD ’07, Donna Brinton, Rob Filback MS TESL ’02, PhD ’07, and Gena Rhoades MS TESL ’98, EdD ’02. […]

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April 8th, 2013
Robert Filback
Robert Filback Associate Professor

Dr. Robert Filback and Dr. Christian Chun Publish Case Report About Rossier’s Online MAT-TESOL Program

Robert Filback and Christian Chun published a case report about Rossier’s online MAT-TESOL program in a study by Denise Murray titled, “A Case for Online English Language Teacher Education 2013.” The case report, which is titled, “Masters in Arts in TESOL at the University of Southern California,” is described as follows: The case report outlines […]

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