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  • 2019 Fellowship Breakfast
    UC Santa Barbara’s Gevirtz School held its 2018-19 Fellowship Breakfast on Wednesday, January 16 at The Club on the UCSB campus. The event was a school-wide celebration and recognition of the students who have received fellowships for the...

February 7, 2019

  • Omar Espinoza is training the next generation of digital natives to be skilled and confident content creators. He graduated from the Teacher Education Program in 2016 with a M.Ed. and a multiple subject teaching credential and currently...
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    The teacher shortage in California has become dire. Just checkout the RAND report “Teacher Shortages in California: Status, Sources, and Potential Solutions” (Darling-Hammond, Sutcher, Carver-Thomas), which claims: “About 90% of principals...
  • Ann Kwong
    To say that Department of Education doctoral student Ann Wai-Yee Kwong is a passionate advocate in the fight for inclusive education (and work places) is practically an understatement. Last year she was invited to give two talks at the...
  • Adriana Sánchez
    Like many of her peers, Adriana Sánchez’s journey to UCSB was not without adversity. After graduating high school in Simi Valley, she enrolled at Cal State Monterey Bay but found herself struggling with being so far away from family. “I...
  • Daina Tagavi and Anthony Osuna
    The landscape of today’s internet is complex, especially considering the advent of social media. Despite the complicated nature of social networking platforms, it has become increasingly important for individuals to have an online presence...

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  • Lauren Bedard
    After our recent Fellowship Breakfast, we caught up with Lauren Bedard, a single subject credential candidate in mathematics in the Teacher Education Program. Bedard graduated from UCSB with a BA in Mathematics, focused on high school...

January 28, 2019

January 25, 2019

  • Herb Tuyay and Daniel Santana

    Sabrina Tuyay's husband Herb Tuyay with fellowship awardee Daniel Santana

    Daniel Santana of UC Santa Barbara’s Gevirtz School has been chosen as the 2019 Dr. Sabrina Tuyay Memorial Fellowship recipient. This fellowship acknowledges teacher candidates who have shown a commitment to providing thoughtful literacy...
  • Dr. J Fellows 2019

    (l-r): 2019 Dr. J donors: Joseph Beyers, Katie Gasik (Dr. J’s granddaughter) and Kathy Beyers, with 2019 recipients: Luis Quintero, Jayne Ward, Jennifer Kloster, Elsa Miranda, Rylee Theodore. Not pictured: Amanda Henderson and Jenna Mazurkiewicz.

    The Teacher Education Program at the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education at UC Santa Barbara has named its 2019 Dr. J Student Teacher Fellows: Amanda Henderson Jennifer Kloster Jenna Mazurkiewicz Elsa Miranda Luis Quintero Rylee...

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January 15, 2019

  • Jennifer Kloster
    This week we caught up with Jennifer Kloster, a student in the Teacher Education Program working on her multiple subject teaching credential. Jennifer just graduated this past spring 2018 from UCSB and majored in Sociology with a minor in...

January 14, 2019

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