Seton Hall study abroad students connect virtually with their counterparts at Surcolombiana University in Colombia.
Educational Studies News
When the K-12 school closings started happening in mid-March, TESOL alumna Ms. Alissa Ricci was already prepared.
Three newly-minted Seton Hall graduates are heading back to school — this time as high school teachers.
In three recent publications, EDST faculty provides language teachers guidance in how to make culture teaching more inclusive.
Student teachers from the College of Education and Human Services are finding smart new ways to engage with their classes.
Daniel Katz, Ph.D., an education professor and father of two, offers tips for making school at home happier.
As universities respond to the pandemic, Seton Hall faculty-student collaborative research project continues online.
Bryan Meadows, EDST assistant professor, traveled to Baltimore and Houston to present research at peer-reviewed conferences.
A Holocaust Remembrance event was held on Wednesday, February 12th. Secondary Education students had an opportunity to hear narratives of survival, and meet and speak with Survivor Fran Malkin.
Dr. Debbie Joffe Ellis leads a series on Rational Emotional Behavior Therapy, developed by her husband, Dr. Albert Ellis.
Award nominations sought for college alumni who embody Monsignor Hanbury's passion and commitment to service. Deadline 1/17.
Seton Hall alumni, undergraduate students, and faculty present at the International Assembly of the National Council.
Bryan Meadows, assistant professor in the Department of Educational Studies, was an invited guest speaker at an international symposium held in Ibagué, Colombia.
David E. Baugh, Ed.D. '17, was recognized for his visionary leadership and positive impact on students.
On November 5, 2019, EDST assistant professor Dr. Bryan Meadows visited Dover School District to lead two workshops.
The Department of Educational Studies hosted Dr. Tatsuya Isono (Seijo University, Japan) on Oct. 31, 2019.
Bryan Meadows, assistant professor in the Department of Educational Studies travels to Bogotá Colombia to present his research at the 54th annual ASOCOPI conference.
Bryan Meadows visited the South Orange/Maplewood school district to provide a two-hour workshop session to secondary teacher new hires.
EDST 3900/CORE 3882 students recently returned from an 8-day study abroad experience to Tokyo, Japan.
Christopher Tienken awarded Outstanding Book by the Society of Professors of Education for Defying Standardization.
CEHS students attend professional development workshop titled, "Strategy Workshop for Pre-Service Teachers."
Professor of Higher Education Robert Kelchen, was featured in media throughout the country on work study, Pell and more.
The Department of Educational Studies is conducting new innovative research that uses neurofeedback to improve attention.
CEHS students continue their collaboration with students at the Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University in Ukraine.
Three students from the College of Education and Human Services were honored as NJ Distinguished Student Teachers.
The reception will honor the 2015 recipients of the Hanbury Alumni Mission Award and the Schreitmueller Faculty Servant Leader Award.
CEHS Secondary Education majors use Skype to collaborate with students and teachers in Mississippi and Ukraine.
Many came out to the Seton Hall women's soccer game on October 25 in memory of Mary Jennings and to support the scholarship in her name.
This summer the College of Education and Human Services is offering discounted special education courses through Raritan Valley Community College.
A Secondary Education Methods class invited Orange High School Students to spend the day at Seton Hall on November 26.
Viewpoint piece written by Dr. Daniel Katz, Program Director, Secondary Education.
Fast facts about the teacher preparation programs offered through the Educational Studies Department at Seton Hall.
CEHS students are acknowledged by the university for theircommitment to their academics and service to the community.
How do educative institutions foster democratic culture and neoliberal practices work against that? Buschman lectures on new book.
An Anti-bullying Education Program with rhyme and puppets for grades 2-4.
Graduates of the Educational Studies Department receive the 2012 NJ Distinguished Student Teacher Award.
College of Education & Human Services graduate commencement schedules and invitation information.
Southwood Elementary School fourth graders experience college life for a day.
SPLASH Student Association in School Psychology to host a workshop on gang awareness.
Kathleen Rathgeber, a May 2011 Elementary Education graduate, was recognized as one of 15 NJ Distinguished Student Teachers Awards for 2011.
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Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education celebrates another successful year of programming and service.
Graduate & Doctoral Commencement Information for The College of Education & Human Services.
Elementary/Special Education senior, Christina Tenore, presents an interactive, multi-instructional lesson for teachers at NJEA 2010.
Study the role of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition in the Czech Republic. Includes: airfare, hotel, meals
Lisa Didow '11 was recently named a Morris K. Udall Scholar for 2010.
THIRTEEN & WLIW21's celebration will commemorate 5 years of bringing educators together to share experiences & inspire.
SHU education students and kids from the Sacred Heart School in Newark got together recently for a holiday blast!
"Gestures can be both a source of semantic knowledge and an expression of that knowledge." Nina Capone, Associate Professor of Speech-Language Pathology