Expanding Teachers in the South Valley Through ITEP

The Fresno State Visalia Campus is now offering the Integrated Teacher Education Program (ITEP). Students are able to earn a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies and a multiple subject teaching credential in only four years without having to leave the South Valley. This program addresses a critical need for well-qualified, highly-committed teachers for learners in schools […]

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New Faculty Add Wide Range of Knowledge to the Kremen School

The Kremen School of Education and Human Development is proud to welcome nine new faculty members to Fresno State. With backgrounds ranging from school counseling services in the Caribbean to supporting LGBTQ students at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, the Kremen School is gaining a variety of skills and plethora of knowledge. Dr. Rohit Mehta Assistant Professor, Department […]

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Passionate for Science, Mrs. Click Becomes All-Star Teacher of the Year Finalist

It was a Thursday night in late June at AT&T Park. The San Francisco Giants were preparing for their series opener against the San Diego Padres. Mrs. Jennifer Click, Fresno State graduate student studying Curriculum and Instruction, prepared to go on the field for the NBC Sports All-Star Teacher of the Year ceremony. Mrs. Click […]

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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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Teacher Credential Faculty Take Data Into Their Own Hands

Lisa Bennett and Cathy Yun were writing a grant proposal when it hit them: they couldn’t answer their most important questions with the data they had. Bennett, the coordinator of the multiple subject teacher credential program at Fresno State’s Kremen School of Education, and Yun, the coordinator of the school’s early childhood education teacher credential program, […]

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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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ESM Waiver Approved! No CSET for Multiple Subject Credential

Fresno State’s Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies program has been approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) for an Elementary Subject Matter (ESM) Waiver! As a result, Fresno State BA in Liberal Studies students who have graduated on or after Spring 2016 will no longer need to take the CSET in order to […]

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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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Four Job Offers in One Day

There are many reasons a person decides to go to college; increase their knowledge, become more financially stable, and to have more opportunity. But one of the main reasons people decide to continue their education is to further their career. People want to earn a degree that will get them a job and more importantly […]

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