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Exploring Best Teacher Ed Practices
April 28, 2015
Education faculty member Nick Henning will discuss “Toward an Ethnic Studies Pedagogy: Implications for K-12 Schools From the Research” at the May 6 campus colloquium.
"Best Practices in Teacher Education," a colloquium for the campus community, Wednesday, May 6, features Nick Henning, assistant professor of secondary education, and Ed.D. candidate Natalie Sartin, lecturer in child and adolescent studies.
The noon-1 p.m. presentation will be held in Room 550 of College Park. Read more about the Center for Research on Educational Access and Leadership or call 657-278-8510.