Ed Week 2017

Cal State Fullerton’s College of Education presents Ed Week 2017. Our theme this year is “Rising Together”.

Ed Week is an opportunity for the campus community to learn about the impact of a credential or degree in education has while providing a spotlight for students and alumni to shine. We encourage everyone to participate and visit all of the incredible events we have in store!

For more info please download a flyer

Ed Week Outline of Events

Monday, November 13:
Online Conference – Streaming Online  5pm and 6pm
This is a one-day event entirely online that covers a wide-range of topics related to education. COE alumni will present in real-time sessions using a web browser to connect to individual sessions.

Tuesday, November 14:
Research Symposium – Titan Student Union Pavilions  4:30pm-7pm
Come by and see students’ work and hear presentations from various disciplines from the College of Education. Interested COE credential and master degree students who would like to participate in the student poster presentation, please fill out this Jotform.

Wednesday, November 15:
“Writing in the Teaching Profession” Workshop – PLN-403  12:30pm-1:30pm
Notes home, letters to administrators, and emails to colleagues…there is a LOT of writing involved as future teachers! Get some writing tips for these scenarios, including helpful activities, templates, and handouts!

Education Week Boot Camp – Titan Student Union Pavilions 5pm-8pm
Activities for future teachers to gain insights from educational professionals, including preparing for teacher interviews, a resume clinic and career opportunities with local school districts.

Thursday, November 16:
Future Teacher Festival and Club Resource Fair – Titan Walk 11am-1pm
Interested in a career in Teaching? Join us at our Future Teacher Festival and Club Resource Fair featuring information about the College of Education’s programs, services and resources. Meet and greet with COE’S Dean, faculty and staff, while enjoying music, food, and a photo booth!

Rick Morris Classroom Management Workshop

Sponsored by the Center for Careers in Teaching

Educator, author, and inventor Rick Morris is a specialist in the field of student management, motivation, and engagement. Rick’s presentation will inspire you to incorporate his exciting, innovative management tools into your own classroom. This was his last workshop at CSUF. If you missed this amazing opportunity, click on the link below to see the highlights!

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2016 Honor an Educator

The purpose of the 2016 Honor an Educator program was established in 2006 to recognize educators in the community who have made positive contributions in the lives of others and to raise scholarship funds for current students of the College of Education. The 11th annual Honor an Educator ceremony took place on Sunday, April 17, 2016 at the TSU Pavilions. Michael Matsuda, Superintendent of the Anaheim Union High School District received the Visionary Leadership Award and the Anaheim Union High School District received the Education Excellence Award, thirty other educators of distinction were also honored. See official photos of the event by visiting our Flickr page.

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