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Technology integral to education

Technology integral to education

Sammy Elzarka, director of assessment and accreditation for College of Education and Organizational Leadership, analyzed the different variables that affected the use of integrating technology in higher education Monday in the President’s Dining Room.

Postmodern age integrates faiths

Postmodern age integrates faiths

Lanney Mayer, associate professor of education, presented “Integrating Faith with Learning in a Postmodern Age” to a group of about 20 faculty members and students as part of the faculty lecture series Monday in the President’s Dining Room.

Hazing is unacceptable

Since the news of hazing at La Puente High School, old wounds have been reopened for locals in Southern California. Last week freshman members of the boy’s soccer team came forward and accused at least 10 of their older teammates of jumping them in the supply closet and beating them. At least one boy was sodomized.

Diversity views affected by setting

Diversity views affected by setting

The faculty lecture series on Monday featured Marga Madhuri, associate professor of education, who presented “Pre­service Teacher Dispositions to Using Social Justice Literature in Remote Suburban and Metro­politan Teacher Education Programs.”

Students want increased technology in classes

University of La Verne faculty have tried with some success to integrate technology to enrich the learning experience, but the problem lies in older generations not having an understanding of how technology fits in today’s culture, at least according to some students and faculty.

Program helps migrant teenagers

Program helps migrant teenagers

Adonay Montes, assistant professor of education, discussed how a new program is helping migrant Latino students overcome the social and academic challenges they face when starting school in America, Monday in the President’s Dining Room.

Higher education struggles in Iran

Higher education struggles in Iran

The Interfaith Student Council hosted the discussion “Education Under Fire” on Tuesday in the Campus Center Ballroom to discuss the Iranian government’s prohibition of higher education for the Baha’i community.

News is more than celebrity

News is more than celebrity

ULV students are not in tune with what is going on in the world, but they have an opinion about anything that is thrown at them.

Teachers: don’t cheat to succeed

According to a Los Angeles Times report, about three dozen educators from 23 schools and 21 school districts in California have been accused this year of cheating. In some cases, teachers are accused of changing incorrect responses or filling in missing ones after students returned answer booklets.

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