School of Education
Fall at the School of Education
Dignity for All Students (DASA) Workshops. Dignity for All Students (DASA) Workshops. This course will consist of two parts, part 1 which is a 3 hour on-line series of modules and part 2 which is a 3 hour in-person component. Students will complete the on-line modules via blackboard first and will follow up with the 3 hour in person workshop. This course DOES meet the 6 hour NYS and NYC requirements. Upcoming sessions will be held on January 20th, February 24th, April 9th and April 24th. Current students register through Schedule Explorer. Non-Pace students can register here.
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Dean Wang is the featured expert on the podcast Feet in Two Worlds
Professor Peter McDermott's work in Sierra Leone Highlighted in Literacy Today
The Billion Oyster Project: A Conversation with Lauren Birney
An interview with Lauren Birney on the Billion Oyster Project was posted on the Pace University EarthDesk blog.
Pace High School: "Paying it Forward"
Pace High School was founded in 2004 with a platform that stresses community, social justice and the importance of being college bound.
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Pace Profile: The Center for Urban Education
Read about Pace SOE alum and principal of PS 172, Jack Spatola, in the New York Times
It may seem to be an unlikely pairing, but Guangdong University of Finance and Economics (GDUFE) in the Chinese city of Guangzhou and Pace University are actively sharing thoughts on pedagogy, higher education and the importance of cultural understanding between students and teachers.
Jessica Harris, MST ’13, truly has a passion for education. Recently accepted into the US Department of State's English Language Fellows Program she will find herself a long way from her native New York this fall—teaching English to University students majoring in the sciences in Cameroon, West Africa.