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Alumni Featured on FosterMore.Org
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Alumni Featured on FosterMore.Org
Making a difference in their communities

UC Davis School of Education alumni are featured in three moving videos about foster youth scholars and their mentors. In the first video, Lynn Romano (Credential ’12, MA ’13), the 2011-12 recipient of the School’s Guardian Teacher Scholarship, talks about her journey to earning her teaching credential and her dream of becoming a teacher.

Barbara Rogoff
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Barbara Rogoff
April 10, 2013 - Distinguished Educational Thinkers Speaker Series

Barbara Rogoff, Distinguished Professor of Psychology at UC Santa Cruz, gave a talk at UC Davis titled “Learning Through Pitching In.” The 2012-13 Distinguished Educational Thinkers Speaker Series is co-hosted by the UC Davis School of Education, Graduate Group in Education and the School of Education Alumni Annual Fund. Lectures are free to the public.

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November 2012 – “Overcoming Invisibility: A Chicano/Latino Forum on Recruitment and Retention in Higher Education.”
Podcast, posted April 8, 2013

Listen to this panel discussion from a forum hosted by the Chicana/o Studies Department at UC Davis. Gloria Rodriguez, associate professor of education in the UC Davis School of Education, moderated. Featured here is former School of Education professor Patricia Gandara, now an education professor at UCLA, and Richard Ramirez, an administrator at American River College who graduated from the School’s Capital Area North Doctorate in Education (CANDEL) program in 2011. Download Gandara’s PowerPoint presentation here.

Guadalupe Valdés
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Guadalupe Valdés
January 14, 2013 - Distinguished Educational Speaker Series

As part of the UC Davis School of Education’s Distinguished Educational Thinker Series, Professor Guadelupe Valdés gave a talk at UC Davis in January 2013 titled “Understanding Language in Schools.” Valdés argues that English learners must be given access to grade level content while they are learning English. “Writing is about ideas, but we pretend with English learners that language must emerge pristine before they can engage in the academic content. We must push for comprehension before focusing on production because it is most important for learning.”

How Can Universities and K-12 Schools Work Together to Improve STEM Education?
Video Harold Levine

How Can Universities and K-12 Schools Work Together to Improve STEM Education?
An interview with Dean Harold G. Levine

In November 2012, Harold Levine, dean of the UC Davis School of Education, was interviewed at the California STEM Summit in San Diego.

 

Jeff Duncan-Andrade
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Jeff Duncan-Andrade
February 21, 2013 - Critical Consciousness Speaker Series

As part of the School’s Critical Consciousness Speaker Series, Professor and high school English teacher Jeff Duncan-Andrade, Ph.D. gave a talk at UC Davis titled “Note to Educators: Hope Required When Growing Roses in Concrete.” Duncan-Andrade is associate professor of Raza Studies and Education at San Francisco State University and Director of the Educational Equity Initiative at the Institute for Sustainable Economic, Educational, and Environmental Design (ISEEED).

Noah Finkelstein
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Noah Finkelstein
February 11, 2013 - Distinguished Educational Speaker Series

As part of the UC Davis School of Education’s Distinguished Educational Thinker Series, Professor Noah Finkelstein gave a talk titled “Science, Math and Engineering: Their Influence on National Education Transformation.” Finkelstein is professor of physics at the University of Colorado, Boulder.

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