Lots of media outlets (San Francisco Chronicle, San Jose Mercury News) have all been reporting on the shortage of teachers in the Bay Area right now, right as the new academic year begins. Lots of those very school districts are calling us and asking us to post jobs so our graduates can see them. We … More Bay Area Schools Need Teachers!
Dr. Gilda Bloom received awards over the summer for her long service on the National Board of the National Education Association (NEA) and the CTA (California Teachers Association)– both critically important organizations for teachers and education.
In Fall, our Single Subject Credential students from this year will begin their first teaching jobs at:
Beginning in Fall 2015, these are the jobs our 2014-2015 Single Subject Credential students will be starting:
Two SED faculty are hard at work developing new online courses for SF State students. The first is a new undergraduate course, SED / EDUC 200: Introduction to Teaching and Education and is being taught this summer by Dr. Jamal Cooks. The second, from Dr. Natalio Avani, is SED 800: Adolescent Development, being funded by … More New Online Courses From Secondary Ed!
Everyone had a great time celebrating with family and friends at this year’s (2014-2015) Single Subject Credential celebration at the United Irish Cultural Center on May 21st, 2015. Organized by Dr. Judy Kell, Dr. Natalio Avani and Professor Brian Lee, the event was emceed by student Sunshine Roque. Master Teachers attended and students received certificates … More Congratulations to the new Single Subject Credential recipients!
Dr. Natalio (Nathan) Avani Was elected to a two year term on the National Council of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) Washington, D.C. The AAUP represents over 450 Colleges/Universities. The AAUP, founded in 1915, has helped to shape American higher education by developing the standards and procedures that maintain quality in education and … More Avani Elected to National Council of AAUP (American Association of University Professors)