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April 26, 2020

  • Robin and Mary Franitza

    Department of Education's Mary Franitza (r) with her sister Robin working on their dance moves

    Education and Applied Psychology in a Time of COVID-19 Collaborative efforts to combat boredom or find new ways of passing time together has been a challenge in its own right. Last week it was an effort to make a stop-go LEGO animation...

April 24, 2020

April 23, 2020

  • drawing of children walking the Earth
    Education and Applied Psychology in a Time of COVID-19 Week 5 of quarantine. I have a moment to come up for air, and reflect on what has transpired in the past month. Personally, I am feeling a little more secure in my family’s daily...
  • Lila Kia-Keating

    Lila with her pom-poms, bubbles, and leis ready for a school parade to start

    Education and Applied Psychology in a Time of COVID-19 *(note the title of this entry was inspired by the song title by Jack Johnson, UCSB alum) Hi, it’s me, Lila! This week, all the teachers drove by in cars for a Coronavirus parade. When...
  • Now what?: Navigating supervision and clinical training during COVID-19
    Now what?: Navigating supervision and clinical training during COVID-19
    The recording of a webinar that featured Dr. Heidi Zetzer from CCSP and the Hosford Clinic. The webinar created a space for supervisors and supervisees alike to process the implications of COVID-19 for supervision and training. Panelists...

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April 17, 2020

  • Nasty Women Vote cartoon
    Education and Applied Psychology in a Time of COVID-19 The weeks of quarantine all seem to blend together; Mondays are easily confused with Tuesdays and the Friday Fish Fry is nearly the only weekly mile marker I have. Most recently, I’ve...
  • drawing of a chain of people in front of a school
    Education and Applied Psychology in a Time of COVID-19 Week 4 of quarantine. Time to check in with Harding, our partner school. My colleague Lilly Garcia, Director of Outreach, and I used to be on campus for many hours of the week,...
  • Spanish language version of the now-canceled Youth Summit poster

    Spanish language version of the now-canceled Youth Summit poster

    Education and Applied Psychology in a Time of COVID-19 It has been exactly a month since I first received news that schools and after-school programs will be closed for the foreseeable future. Just a few weeks ago, I had imagined that all...
  • homemade bread
    Education and Applied Psychology in a Time of COVID-19 I awoke early Monday morning and I remembered, too late, that I was technically on “Spring Break” and not required to check on or log-in or grade or Zoom or plan for my job as a full...
  • Lila Kia-Keating and her brother
    Education and Applied Psychology in a Time of COVID-19 (note the title of this entry was inspired by the song title by Jack Johnson, UCSB alum) Hi, my name is Lila and I am nine years old. Right now, I am with my family in Santa Barbara,...

April 16, 2020

  • Aria Bauman and her La Colina Cohort in 2014

    Aria Bauman (r of the Will Ferrell cutout) and her fellow TEP La Colina Cohort in 2014

    On the Alumni News Page of the site we run a full story with Aria Bauman ('15, SST, M.Ed.), but here is the opening section of the story that concerns how she is dealing with teaching her high school biology classes remotely because of...

April 15, 2020

  • Dean Jeffrey Milem

    (photo credit Matt Perko)

    Friends, We have received many calls and emails from alumni, friends, and community partners to ask how COVID-19 is affecting the Gevirtz School. We hope the following update gives you a glimpse of our reality and path forward. As usual,...

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