In anticipation of his opening keynote at the OEB Conference in Berlin this December, Sean Michael Morris—senior instructor in Learning Design and Technology—has published a short article reflecting on resilience and hope. “Resilience is not something one has,” Morris writes.
Denver’s Chicano Movement & the Espinoza Gang—Then and Now Associate Professor Manuel Espinoza, PhD, teaches in CU Denver’s School of Education & Human Development, focusing on educational dignity. He founded the Right to Learn Undergraduate Research Collective in 2007, which researches the historical and legal origins of educational rights. Born and
A Sobremesa in Honor of Hispanic Heritage Month In Spanish, sobremesa is the time spent engaging with friends and family after a meal. Recently, CU Denver invited three students and a faculty member to join one another on the patio of Los Molinos at
Dra. Adriana Alvarez was invited to share her work, Connecting Funds of Knowledge to Funds of Identity through a Bilingual Multimodal Project, with an international audience at the presentación del Monográfico “Fondos de Conocimiento para la Justicia Social. Alianzas Familia-Escuela
Local media outlet 9News recently featured Wendy Gutierrez , an alum of the ASPIRE to Teach program and current SEHD master’s student. Gutierrez, a middle school social studies teacher at STRIVE Prep-Sunnyside, has revamped her curriculum to center LGBTQ themes in
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Profile: Associate Professor Margarita Bianco on Puerto Rican Identity and Latinx Students Associate Professor Margarita Bianco, PhD, teaches in the School of Education and Human Development and founded Pathways2Teaching, a nationally recognized program designed to encourage high school students of color to enter the
The 2021 Fall Commencement Ceremony is back in person and will be held on Saturday, December 18, at 9:00am at the Colorado Convention Center, Hall A. Masks will be required of all in attendance, except for graduate photos on stage.
Lexie, what’s new with CETL this month? We knew you were wondering! Check out the October CETL Newsletter here