Introducing Value-Creating Education for Global Citizenship (MEd & Micro-/Macro-Credential)

This past winter quarter, the Department of Leadership, Language, and Curriculum launched a new master’s program in Value-Creating Education for Global Citizenship (VCE). As the first degree program of its kind globally, the Master of Education (MEd) in VCE offers a comprehensive and in-depth examination of the educational perspectives and practices of Soka educators Tsunesaburo … More Introducing Value-Creating Education for Global Citizenship (MEd & Micro-/Macro-Credential)

LLC Faculty Receive Funding for New Educational Research Projects

DePaul University’s College of Education (COE) not only shapes future educational leaders—it also provides a platform for breakthrough research in the broader field of education. Each year, select university faculty members are eligible to apply for university sponsored research grants, which enables them to expand their current research agendas. Three COE faculty members were awarded … More LLC Faculty Receive Funding for New Educational Research Projects

Faculty Profile! Dr. Gonzalo Obelleiro, Ph.D.

Dr. Gonzalo Obelleiro was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, but early on he experienced an itch for understanding the world. This led him to study art and the artistic traditions underlying design, and eventually to the theory of art, aesthetics, and philosophy. At the same time, he grew in awareness of social injustice and developed … More Faculty Profile! Dr. Gonzalo Obelleiro, Ph.D.

College of Education Fall Forum: The Challenge of Teaching in a Racially and Politically Polarized Time REGISTRATION CLOSED

REGISTRATION HAS BEEN CLOSED Tuesday, October 25th, 2016 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Lincoln Park Student Center Room 314 AB Our panelists will address the complex issues faced by teachers struggling to help students make sense of the current tumultuous environment: the heated rhetoric around race, immigration and xenophobia in the 2016 election, the police killings of … More College of Education Fall Forum: The Challenge of Teaching in a Racially and Politically Polarized Time REGISTRATION CLOSED