The Celebration of Teaching, with the theme “The Future of Education Is in Your Hands,” is scheduled from 4 to 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 20, in the Center for Global Innovation at Cal State San Bernardino.
The two-day forum is geared toward university faculty in their teaching efforts, focusing on what works in the classroom, student feedback on teaching and what strategies have worked.
Through the Next Generation Smart Classroom project, CSUSB has upgraded nearly 300 classrooms with leading-edge audio-visual communication technology.
The event will provide participants with the opportunity to learn about careers in teaching from local school districts, as well as meet and network with teachers, credential students, faculty, staff and other educators.
Alumnus Tyler Lange, a special education teacher in Rialto, credits attending Cal State San Bernardino for helping him achieve his goals.
Douglas Simpson, a recognized expert in ethics and a professor of education, is meeting with CSUSB Ed.D. candidates during their four-week course, Ethical Leadership and Decision-Making in Education. He is co-leading/teaching the class with Jacqueline Romano, a CSUSB assistant professor of education.
CSUSB will hold a forum at 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 4, geared toward university faculty’s teaching efforts that includes focusing on what works in the classroom. CSUSB Pedagogy Forum: A Public Reflection on Teaching will take place on Zoom.
Barbara Sirotnik (information and decision sciences) commented on the future of a post-pandemic economy, Pamela Medina (public administration) wrote about the challenges academics face as a result of the pandemic, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) discussed the increase in hate crimes targeting Asian Americans.
Qingquan Sun (computer science and engineering) co-authored a paper on the new technology revolution and Brian Levin (criminal justice) commented on the ongoing federal investigation of right-wing extremist groups tied to the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.