School of Education faculty Dr. Gina Coffee and Dr. Pamela Fenning and current student Tommy Wells co-authored “Promoting Youth Sexual Health” recently published by Routledge. This up-to-date, comprehensive resource provides practitioners in school and community settings with tools and information essential for delivering effective, culturally sensitive sexual health services to children and adolescents. Congratulations
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Featured in the recent JTE were Teaching and Learning faculty Dr. Amy Heineke, Dr. Ann Marie Ryan and Dr. Charlie Tocci. The three co-authored Teaching, Learning, and Leading: Preparing Teachers as Education Policy Actors, an article that focuses on the use of field-based teacher education to support policy-related learning and development.
Miranda Johnson from the School of Law and Pam Fenning from the School of Education/School Psychology program jointly led a “conversation series” at the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) convention in Orlando, Florida. The focus of the conversation series was on their collaborative efforts with others at the state level to develop a “model […]
Dr. Charlie Tocci, a Clinical Assistant Professor and the Nicholas Senn High School Faculty Coordinator was featured in the January 7, 2105 edition of the Catalyst Chicago in an op-ed piece, School ratings don’t help parents. Tocci says, “the new test-focused school rating system doesn’t help parents who are looking for the most supportive, safe, […]
Caleb Steindam and Anna Lees, current students in the EdD Curriculum and Instruction program, presented at the National Association for Multicultural Conference in Tucson, Arizona. Their presentation, Community Experiences of Collaborative Teacher Preparation: Working Together to Improve Urban Indigenous Education. The presentation informed teacher educators and community leaders about the experiences of on indigenous community […]
On October 21, Cultural and Educational Policy Studies Professor Kate Phillippo gave a lecture, titled, “School-based mental health: The promise of access, the puzzle of the school setting” as part of the Davis Lecture Series (Healthcare Delivery Reform: Issues of Quality, Cost and Access) at the University of Chicago’s Center for Health Administration Studies. This […]
On October 6-7 Professors Amy Shuffelton and Noah W. Sobe, both faculty in Cultural and Educational Policy Studies, delivered a series of lectures at the State University of Sao Paulo (UNIFESP) in Brazil.
As part of a cycle of seminars on education, the family and childhood, Professor Shuffelton spoke on parent involvement and the privatization of […]
On August, 13, 2014, fifty elementary teachers and school administrators these partner districts gathered on Loyola University Chicago’s Lake Shore campus to be trained in the implementation of the WIDA MODEL assessment tool. This day of training, sponsored by the CPELL grant, provided an opportunity for the districts to receive not only a day of […]
Dr. Hank Bohanon, Faculty, was one of the keynote speakers at the 2014 Conference on School Culture, Climate and Positive Behavior Support. His topic was What Works: Effective Strategies within Multi-Tiered Systems of Support.
Dr. OiYan Poon, Higher Education faculty, is the lead author/coordinator for a Presidential Session proposal recently accepted for the 2014 AERA Conference. The session, Toward Collective Action to Reclaim Public Narrative for Justice: Ameliorating on Impoverished Cultural Discourse on Affirmative Action in Higher Education is one of nine accepted. Congratulations!