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Federick Ngo published article in Educational Research for Policy and Practice

The title was titled, “The Distribution of Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Cambodia: Gaps and Thresholds in Math Achievement.”Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

MAT Connect is a new MAT student organization

It is the sixth week of the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Program and I have already helped create MAT Connect; our brand new MAT student organization.Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

Aim high, but over there

It is important to aim high, but if we don’t help students get ideas of where they are going or how to get there, are we really helping them?Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

Candice Bledsoe Named Fellow for the Texas Project for Human Rights Education

Rossier Global Executive EdD student Candice Bledsoe is one out six professors named 2012 fellows for the Texas Project for Human Rights Education, a research-focused, curriculum-building program.Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

Breathtaking View of Los Angeles

With the start of my program in the past couple weeks, I have tried to get out into the Los Angeles area and explore what this beautiful city has to offer!Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

USC Rossier’s First Global EdD Cohort Aims High

The first cohort of students in the new Global Executive Doctor of Education (EdD) program features education leaders who represent a rainbow of cultures and nationalities.Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

PASA’s Got Seoul!

PASA student Breanne Tcheng writes about how her recent visit to Seoul, South Korea gave her insight into the challenges and needs of international students.Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

Graduate Student Helps USC Undergrads Connect to Class

USC Rossier School of Education doctoral candidate Benjamin Heddy knows students learn best when they are emotionally connected to the material.Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

Matthew Jellick (MAT ’12) reflects upon graduation day
Matthew Jellick (MAT '12)

“Graduation bestowed upon us a sense of accomplishment, coupled with sentiment that this part of our educational journey was coming to an end.”Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

Ed.D. Student Wins iPad 2

Ed.D. candidate Maria Herrera is winner of WestEd’s drawing for the iPad2. Herrera was randomly selected from a pool of students who participated in an important survey to evaluate the Ed.D. program.Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

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