Karlee Johnson is the LLC Department Assistant and a doctoral student in the Curriculum Studies program. She began working at the College of Education in December of 2013 as the Program Assistant for the EdD Program. She greatly enjoyed supporting students and faculty in this role and was grateful to continue this work when she … More Student Voices! Curriculum Studies Ed.D. Student – Karlee Johnson
DePaul University introduced a doctoral and master level course on Service Learning during the Summer 2017 quarter. Initiated by Dr. Barabara Rieckhoff and taught by Sister Mary Paul McCaughey, this course integrates research and pedagogy of service learning with on-site application. It consisted of an orientation session conducted by Dr. Howard Rosen of the Stean … More New Service Learning Course Offered
By Sung Park-Johnson Many people acknowledge that knowing two languages is a good thing: you are more likely to get a good job, you can establish cross-cultural connections, and it makes traveling easier and more accessible. What people are less aware of is how bilingualism actually enhances your brain. Bilingualism allows our brain to be … More The Bilingual Brain: Cognitive Benefits of Bilingualism
Please join us for Social Justice in Education with Jonathan Kozol: Speaking Event & Book Signing! Registration is required. Register today here.
A Newark, New Jersey native, Dr. Thomas Noel has traversed to the Windy City to join the ranks of DePaul University’s Department of Leadership, Language, and Curriculum as a full-time faculty member in the Educational Leadership Program. He will be instructing both undergraduate and graduate-level courses for the College of Education during the 2017-2018 academic … More Introducing Dr. Thomas Noel
DePaul University is at home with the call to justice, with the ending of the cycle of poverty and the work to build vibrant communities. If Chicago, the State of Illinois, and the nation are a “mess,” as described in Fr. Ed Udovic’s TEDx talk, DePaul University finds its inspiration to transform that mess … More A Call for Justice Set in Stone
Please join us for the Fall Education Issues Forum: Racial Segregation and Racial Justice in Chicago Schools Today! This event is free and open to public. Registration is required. Please register online here.