Education Week

Education Week features activities for future teachers, current teachers, faculty, staff, and the community to gain insights about the field of education

COE Education Week 2021

Cal State Fullerton’s College of Education (COE) presents Ed Week 2021. Ed Week is an opportunity for the campus community to learn about the impact of earning a credential or degree in education 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!  

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Outline of Events


Tuesday, November 09

Black Teachers in P12 Education Panel

Hosted by SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union Center for Careers in Teaching

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM via Zoom

Did you know there is a high need for teachers of color in P12 education? Please join us for a discussion with Black teachers who have navigated the pathway to teaching and want to share their journeys with you!

Zoom Meeting ID: 846 7756 4133


Monday, November 15

Latinx Teachers in P12 Education Panel

Hosted by SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union Center for Careers in Teaching

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM via Zoom

Did you know there is a high need for teachers of color in P12 education? Please join us for a discussion with Latinx teachers who have navigated the pathway to teaching and want to share their journeys with you!

Zoom Meeting ID: 861 9780 1261


Tuesday, November 16

C-REAL Open House

Hosted by C-REAL

3:45 PM - 4:45 PM via Zoom

Join the Center for Research on Educational Access and Leadership during our open house event to learn more about our work across communities, pre-k to 18 institutions, and non-profits. You will hear from faculty affiliates, community partners, and our research assistants on the impact C-REAL is making daily toward advancing access and equity in education and upcoming projects and endeavors for the center.

Zoom link: https://fullerton.zoom.us/j/84006003813
Zoom Meeting ID: 840 0600 3813


Bilingual and Biliteracy Teacher Panel

Hosted by SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union Center for Careers in Teaching

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM via Zoom

Proposition 58 and California 2030 have charged educators in K-12 schools to embrace, support, and promote, and most importantly implement plurilingualism for ALL students. Panelists will discuss their experiences as plurilingual, transcultural, and ideologically responsive educators. Dialogues will revolve around the idea of a just, equitable, and linguistically inclusive practices and how the Bilingual Authorization program prepared them to transform education.

Zoom Meeting ID: 814 1930 7036


Wednesday, November 17

C-REAL Hot Topics

Hosted by C-REAL

12:30 PM-1:30 PM via Zoom

Join the C-REAL team for a Hot Topics session revolving around the preparation for educators in anti-racist pedagogies. We will dive into how different credential and master programs prepare educators to dismantle racist policies, practices, and ideas.

Zoom link: https://fullerton.zoom.us/j/86168972451
Meeting ID: 861 6897 2451


Achieve Your Financial Goals / Budgeting 101 & SchoolsFirst Benefits/Free Membership

Hosted by SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union

3:30 PM- 4:30 PM via Zoom

Creating good money habits and learning how to budget is the key to lasting financial success. Join SchoolsFirst to learn about free membership benefits and increase your financial budgeting knowledge.

Zoom Link: https://schoolsfirstfcu-org.zoom.us/j/7949628341Opens in new window
Meeting ID: 794 962 8341


Using the Critical Race Tools of Racial Microaggressions and Microaffirmations to Examine Everyday Racism in Academic and Social Spaces

Hosted by the College of Education

5:00 PM-7:00 PM via Zoom

Professor Solorzano will use a Critical Race Theory framework and the tools of racial microaggressions to examine everyday racism inside and outside of educational institutions. He will focus on racial microaffirmations as one response to racial microaggressions. He will engage colleagues in an interactive dialogue about improving the learning environment to maximize engagement, learning, and discovery for our increasingly diverse community.

Speaker’s Bio:
Daniel Solorzano is a Professor of Social Science and Comparative Education and Chicana/o and Central American Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. He is also the Director of the Center for Critical Race Studies in Education at UCLA. His teaching and research interests include critical race theory in education, racial microaggressions; racial microaffirmations; and critical race spatial analysis. Dr. Solorzano has authored more than 100 research articles, book chapters, and books on educational access and equity issues for underrepresented student populations and communities in the United States. For the last 50 years, Solorzano has served in all three segments of California public postsecondary education. In 2007, Professor Solorzano received the UCLA Distinguished Teaching Award. In 2012, Solorzano was presented the American Education Research Association (AERA) Social Justice in Education Award. In 2012, Solorzano was also awarded the Critical Race Studies in Education Association Derrick A. Bell Legacy Award. In 2014, Solorzano was elected a Fellow of the American Education Research Association. In 2017, Solorzano received the inaugural Revolutionary Mentor Award from the Critical Educators for Social Justice (CESJ) within the American Educational Research Association (AERA). In 2020, Solorzano was elected to the National Academy of Education.

Zoom Meeting ID: 824 0873 8279


Thursday, November 18

COE Virtual Research Symposium

Hosted by Educational Leadership and C-REAL

Join us for our 11th annual Research Symposium. Program activities include an Ed.D. alumni panel and pre-recorded Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and master’s degrees research poster presentations.

4:30 pm - 6:00pm - Radical Partnership: Preparing Leaders to Break the Correlation between Race, Poverty, and Achievement

Presenters: 
Jennifer Goldstein, Professor, Educational Leadership, CSUF
Maritza Lozano, Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership, CSUF
Claudia Ruiz, Assistant Principal, Orangeview Junior High School, Anaheim Union High School District (AUHSD)

Zoom Link: https://fullerton.zoom.us/j/6108090224 

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM - Ed.D. Alumni Panel: Dissertation and Beyond: Alumni Reflections on the Ed.D. Experience

Zoom link: https://fullerton.zoom.us/j/85998726319
Meeting ID: 859 9872 6319

Archival - Ed.D. Dissertations: Impacting the Field from Theory to Practice: 
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1zt6fynzz6ofk5a/AAADWzKdut9SYuh90ljU4SSea?dl=0 Opens in new window