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  • (l-r) Patricia Keelean, Saul Serrano, Neil Kreisel, and Dr. Jill Sharkey

    Dr. Jill Sharkey, Professor in the Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology and Associate Dean for Research and Outreach of the Gevirtz School, was a guest on local podcast, AHA Presents About Education. AHA, standing for...
  • Developing Effective Mentor Teachers: Tools and Practices
    Developing Effective Mentor Teachers: Tools and Practices
    A video produced to accompany research done by Dr. Karin Lohwasser and her colleagues as part of a system of resources in support of teacher candidates and their cooperating/mentoring teachers. This video adds to the article about Dr....

October 2, 2019

  • CTERIN Networked Improvement Community (NIC) of teacher educators, faculty, and graduate students across the UC system

    CTERIN Networked Improvement Community (NIC) of teacher educators, faculty, and graduate students across the UC system

    The California Teacher Education Research and Improvement Network (CTERIN), housed at UCSB’s Gevirtz School and led by Department of Education Professor Dr. Tine Sloan, supported a second annual convening of Teacher Education researchers...

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  • Harding University Partnership School & UC Santa Barbara
    Harding University Partnership School & UC Santa Barbara
    A video exploring the accomplishments of the Harding University Partnership School (HUPS) that features GGSE Dean Jeffrey Milem and HUPS Principal Veronica Binkley. [A video companion to the 2019-20 issue of Launch.]

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  • Daniel Merritt
    Daniel Merritt is a M.Ed. and MST credential candidate in the Teacher Education Program. (Note this 5?s format is taken from one of the School's internal communications, and is meant to help the Gevirtz community get to know itself better...

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