NASA Grant Keeps Aerospace Academy Going At Fresno State

Fresno State is helping children in grades K-12 build robots on land and underwater. They can also put their piloting skills to the test in flight simulations. And they can learn about planets and space travel in the University’s Space Lab. Parents can participate too — learning how to use a tablet to fly a […]

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Better Preparing College Bound Students in Porterville

A Need in Porterville Porterville College has partnered with the San Joaquin Valley Writing Project (SJVWP) to help strengthen the school to college pipeline in the rural Porterville area. According to Dr. Juliet Wahleithner, SJVWP Director, the best way to help students better prepare for college is to better prepare their teachers. Porterville Unified School […]

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Teaching Credential Grads Make Writing Exciting for Their Students

The San Joaquin Valley Writing Project’s New Teachers’ Writing Collaborative (NTWC) demonstrates how new teachers can better engage their students in writing. Ultimately helping them become effective writing teachers. The NTWC is open to all new teachers in the Central Valley who are between pre-service and their fourth year of teaching. This year’s NTWC, held in June, was full […]

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Williams Syndrome Doesn’t Stop Paul From Working at Future Ford

Paul Yong Jung, a Spring 2018 Wayfinders graduate, says working at Future Ford of Clovis is “great, you just have to be on time”. Paul has recently completed the two-year Wayfinders program. This inclusive postsecondary program at Fresno State is for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to have the college experience while learning […]

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Central Valley’s 2017/18 Educators of the Week

In the Central Valley we pride ourselves on growing our community. One of the keys ways our valley can continue to rise is through education. Educators play such an important role in shaping the minds of the next generation. That is why KSEE24 celebrates 36 educators a year with Educator of the Week. “Our KSEE24 […]

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Celebrating 20 Years – Teachers and Friends of Education Honor Wall

20 Year History In 1993 a concept was created. Honor teachers and other members of the community who support education through the purchase of commemorative bricks. Dr. Robert Monke lead the project to build a Teachers and Friends of Education Honor Wall. “We thought we should come up with some type of project that would involve many […]

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Huggins Center Celebrates the Week of the Young Child at Fresno State

Fresno State’s Programs for Children along with the Huggins Center celebrated the annual Week of the Young Child. Children engaged in a week full of festivities heightening their senses, building on their skills and letting their minds explore through creative activities. The Week of the Young Child is hosted by the National Association of Education […]

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Celebrating Special Education Teachers at the Carolyn Dobbs Awards Reception

The Carolyn Dobbs Special Education Teacher of the Year Award recognizes the importance of the work of special education professionals. The award is named after Mary Carolyn Dobbs (1911 – 2011), a California State University, Fresno alumna, who became a teacher and internationally renowned pioneer in special education. Her selfless work brought significant changes at the […]

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The Week of the Young Child Honors Dr. Benninga

The Central California Chapter of the California Association for the Education of Young Children (AEYC) has chosen Dr. Jacques Benninga as the 2018 Honoree at the Week of the Young Child reception. Dr. Benninga is a Professor Emeritus/Chair Emeritus for the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the Kremen School of Education and Human Development. “You have […]

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Creating a Caring Community in the Classroom

Character education is the objective to teach young people how to become responsible, caring and contributors to society. Character education is merely bringing out the best in kids. We believe a teacher’s first moral obligation is to provide excellent instruction. It is also teacher’s duty to help students explore humanity and to value it. “Great […]

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