The Caulfield School of Education, in conjunction with the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, will be sponsoring “Echoes & Reflections: Teaching the Holocaust, Empowering Students,” a training workshop for educators on how to teach about the Holocaust. You are invited to take part in the training session. At the end of the workshop, you […]
This summer, James Clayton, Ed.D., of the Caulfield School of Education, presented a breakout session for pre-service and active classroom teachers at the 2018 Educators Rising National Conference in Orlando, Fla. The title of the presentation was “Let’s Bring Social Justice into Elementary Classrooms!” Educators Rising is a division of Phi Delta Kappa International, a […]
Caulfield School of Education Professor Publishes “The New World of Assessment: Teaching in a Digital World”
Associate Professor of Education Nicole Luongo, Ed.D., recently published a new textbook “The New World of Assessment: Teaching in a Digital World,” which is now available for purchase. The first edition of this textbook is designed to provide current and future K-12 teachers with an introduction to the essential concepts and principles of student assessment […]
The International Honor Society in Education, Kappa Delta Pi, recently recognized 44 graduate and 28 undergraduate students for their scholarship and endearing commitment to teaching. Robert Adelson, Blackboard administrator and learning technologist, was also inducted as an honorary member for his dedication to the Caulfield School of Education.
On Thursday, April 12, James Clayton, Ed.D., associate professor in the Caulfield School of Education, visited Lakeview School in Denville, N.J. to read to students as part of D.E.A.R. (Drop Everything And Read) Day. The photo shows Dr. Clayton and Mrs. Huong Tran, a second grade teacher.
Recently, the executive board of the United Nations Association of El Salvador appointed Marilu Marcillo, D.M., director of the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and assistant professor of business, as special envoy for education & social entrepreneurship. This appointment is effective for five years as of date. Dr. Marcillo and her partner Dr. Dwayne […]
PAR EntreMundos: A Pedagogy of the Américas by Jennifer Ayala, Ph.D., associate professor of education, Julio Cammarota, Margarita I. Berta-Ávila, Melissa Rivera, Louie Rodríguez and María Elena Torre challenges the standard narratives of “achievement” to think about how Latinx students can experience an education that forges new possibilities of liberation and justice. The authors offer […]
The School of Education initiated over 60 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students into the Alpha Alpha Delta Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, the International Honor Society in education on Thursday, April 27 in the McIntyre Conference Center. Students shared thoughts about their education at Saint Peter’s University and received honorary certificates and pins. Over 100 […]
On March 6 – 8 James Clayton, Ed.D., associate professor in the Caulfield School of Education, traveled to New Orleans to participate in the “Critical Questions in Education” conference organized by the Academy for Educational Studies. Dr. Clayton presented “Racial Profiling, Poverty, and Pollution: Actual Contexts to Teach Elementary Math? Yes!” with Joan Kwako, Ph.D., […]
On February 25, Michael Finetti, Ed.D., assistant professor of education and friends from the Rarotonga Paradise Group participated in the “Get Freezin for a Reason,” Polar Bear Plunge in Seaside Heights, N.J. This is the largest fundraiser for Special Olympics New Jersey, organized by the Law Enforcement Torch Run. About 7,000 brave souls took the […]