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Michael Singh Presents on Subverting the Neoliberal Role Model

Michael Singh Presents on Subverting the Neoliberal Role Model

On October 19, 2020, the UC School of Education/Graduate Group in Education Brown Bag Speaker Series featured Dr. Michael Singh presenting on “Subverting the Neoliberal Role Model: Examining the Performance of ‘Positive’ Latino Manhood in Schools.”

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Bridging the Education Gap

Bridging the Education Gap

Education is often called the great equalizer. And while it has helped increase economic mobility for generations of people, this path to opportunity is still marked by great inequities. Across the U.S., students and teachers alike face persistent, systemic barriers to educational access and success.

In this video, Dean Lauren Lindstrom, Director of Teacher Education Margarita Jimenez-Silva and PowerSchool CEO Hardeep Gulati discuss the School of Education’s mission of educational equity, our commitment to research, and the importance of working in partnership.

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Message for the School of Education’s 2020 Graduates

Message for the School of Education’s 2020 Graduates

We can’t be with you to celebrate in person, but we are together in spirit. Listen to Dean Lauren Lindstrom’s message to the School of Education’s graduating class of 2020. We look forward to the day when we can celebrate together.

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Choose Teaching for Your Second Career

Choose Teaching for Your Second Career

Start your second career as a teacher with the UC Davis School of Education! Jason Fisk played defensive tackle for NFL teams for 11 years. When he retired, he wanted a second career that would give him an opportunity to be part of his community and to share his passion for biology. Jason earned his teaching credential and master’s degree at the UC Davis School of Education and now teaches high school science. Visit teach.ucdavis.edu to start your teaching career today.

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A PhD Program Where You Can Make a Difference

A PhD Program Where You Can Make a Difference

The UC Davis Graduate Group in Education brings together faculty and PhD students who want their research to have real-world impacts on the disparities that exist for students at all levels our educational system. In this video, hear from faculty and recent alumni about the ways that their research is having an impact, and how they work with teachers, colleagues, community members and policymakers to create change.

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Undergraduate Research in the Field of Social Science

Undergraduate Research in the Field of Social Science

Have you ever thought about participating in a research project and didn’t know where to start? School of Education graduate students Sattik Ghosh, Dylan Hawksworth Lutzow and Valeria Zunino have created a set of three short videos to help you get started. The first video introduces undergraduates to the world of social science research and explains why it’s helpful to get research experience as an undergraduate. The second video provides a brief overview of the different approaches used in social science research.

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Words Take Wing 2019

Words Take Wing 2019

Author Erin Entrada Kelly, "Curiosity Thrilled the Cat"

On February 26, 2019, the UC Davis School of Education welcomed Newbery award-winning author Erin Entrada Kelly at the Mondavi Center. Her talk, entitled “Curiosity Thrilled the Cat,” was presented as part of the annual Words Take Wing: Honoring Diversity in Children’s Literature (WTW) celebration.

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The Graduate Group in Education: An Interdisciplinary PhD Program

The Graduate Group in Education: An Interdisciplinary PhD Program

PhD students in the UC Davis Graduate Group in Education draw on mentors and coursework from across the university to shape their unique academic path to a doctoral degree. The program’s rigorous standards, nationally and internationally recognized faculty, and emphasis on social justice and equity prepare graduates to be effective educational researchers. Hear from current students and recent alumni about why they chose the Graduate Group in Education’s PhD program.

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Why I Love Teaching

Why I Love Teaching

Why have our faculty, alumni and students decided to become teachers? “If you want to have an impact on the world,” says Lecturer/Supervisor Rebecca Rosa, “then you go into teaching, because there are hard days but the rewards are just unmeasurable.” Hear from UC Davis School of Education alumni—veteran teachers and more recent graduates—about what makes the field so special and why they love teaching.

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The Graduate Group in Education PhD Program

The Graduate Group in Education PhD Program

The UC Davis Graduate Group in Education PhD Program critically engages students in contemporary issues that impact education research, policy and practice. Hear from current PhD students and alumni about why they chose to complete their doctorate degrees at the School of Education.

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Welcome to the Classroom: The Student Teaching Experience

Welcome to the Classroom: The Student Teaching Experience

Teaching credential students at the UC Davis School of Education split their days between taking classes at the UC Davis campus and receiving hands-on teaching experience in K-12 public school classrooms. The student teaching experience is an incredible opportunity for students to learn from seasoned teachers, preparing them to have a successful start to their careers.

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Key Practices for Youth-focused CCS

Key Practices for Youth-focused CCS

What works in Youth-focused Community and Citizen Science?

There are many strategies for getting youth involved in community and citizen science in ways that promote learning. Through in-depth case studies of diverse youth community and citizen science projects, the School of Education’s Center for Community and Citizen Science has documented youth-centered practices that are effective in promoting learning and environmental science agency—the ability to use experiences in citizen science and environmental science to make positive change in one’s life and community.

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Beta Lab Profiled by KVIE

Beta Lab Profiled by KVIE

Professor Lee Martin’s Beta Lab is a mobile lab studying how young students learn and develop through making and tinkering. In a recent video profile from KVIE, you can see how Prof. Martin is bringing equitable STEM learning opportunities to students across our region.

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Become a Teacher: The UC Davis Difference

Become a Teacher: The UC Davis Difference

Are you thinking of becoming a teacher? The UC Davis School of Education offers a rigorous program in which students earn their credential and are ready to start their teaching career in under a year, and while employed as a teacher return for one or two part-time quarters to complete the concurrent master’s program. Applicants from all undergraduate majors are welcome.

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Two Generations of Teachers

Two Generations of Teachers

Lydia Baskin was a teacher for 30 years. Now she’s established a scholarship to support a new generation of teachers. Hear her story and meet Yesenia Martinez, the first student to receive a Lydia and Ronald Baskin Family Scholarship. You can support the next generation of teachers with a Gift to the School of Education here.

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Dean Lindstrom on Your Investment in Education

Dean Lindstrom on Your Investment in Education

The School of Education is so grateful to the donors who help make our work possible. In this video, Dean Lauren Lindstrom talks about the School’s mission and priorities, and how financial support is an investment in the future that will pay off year after year in expanded opportunities for students.

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Being a Role Model

Being a Role Model

Why Alumna Faith Flomo Thinks You Should Become a Teacher

School of Education alumna Faith Flomo (‘12, Cred. ‘13, MA ‘14) shares why teaching is so important, and why you should consider becoming a teacher.

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