Child's Play
HOW CAROLE FREITAS GREW A PRIVATE-SCHOOL NETWORK FROM SCRATCH
Saving the planet one classroom at a time
SUSTAINABILITY COMES TO THE LURIE COLLEGE
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USING IPADS TO PROVIDE STUDENT TEACHER FEEDBACK
In development
LAMAR THORPE'S MISSION TO BOLSTER ALUMNI RELATIONS
Updates
FACULTY IN TRANSITION
Faculty accomplishments
RESEARCH AND SERVICE
Dollars to scholars
FEDERAL GRANTS BUILDING EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
In memoriam of Marion Cilker
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San José State University
Connie L. Lurie

College of Education

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San José, CA 95192-0071

www.sjsu.edu/education

 
Peg Hughes, center, with Yvonne Nguyen at left and Thuy Nguyen, right.
Peg Hughes, center, with Yvonne Nguyen at left and Thuy Nguyen, right.

Making deadline
PEG HUGHES HELPS HER GRADUATE STUDENTS PUBLISH IN ACADEMIC JOURNALS

When they graduated with master’s degrees in special education last December, Thuy Nguyen and Yvonne Nguyen understandably breathed a sigh of relief: at long last their coursework was done and their theses had been accepted.

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Elaine Chin, Dean
from the Dean
MAJOR MENTORING

Our faculty often tell me that the most satisfying part of their job is working with individual students, especially when they have opportunities to engage these students in a research project.

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Child's Play

From her second-story office in west San José, Carole Freitas can hear the voices of happy preschoolers frolicking on the playground. They remind the president of the private school program called Action Day Primary Plus, of what she has accomplished.

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Saving the planet one classroom at a time

Fresh from a grueling 2 ½-hour ride to campus from his home in Santa Cruz, Grinell Smith has good reason to feel a sense of accomplishment, but he confesses to being a little bummed.

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Evaluate this

For decades, teachers-in-training have had to wait to receive copies of written reports from the supervisors who came out to observe them in their classrooms, a delay that often led to a disconnect between their experience and the supervisor’s feedback.

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In development

As the Lurie College of Education’s new development officer, Lamar Thorpe tries to keep one thing foremost in his mind: trust.

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