The LaFetra College of Education hosted its 14th annual Family Learning Conference on Saturday in Sneaky Park and various classrooms on campus.
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Aghop Der-Karabetian, professor of psychology, gave his last faculty lecture, titled “World Mindedness” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
The rain did not stop hundreds of parents and children from gathering Saturday to promote learning in the home at the 11th annual family learning conference “Oceans of Learning.”
Elementary school students and their families explored different fun activities in literacy, math and movement at the 10th annual “Blast Off Into Learning” Family Literacy and Math Conference Saturday morning at Sneaky Park.
Best-selling author and family physician Dr. Joel Fuhrman addressed the health benefits and importance of eating a nutritarian diet to students and faculty members through Skype Thursday in the Arts and Communications Building.
Deborah Olson, associate professor of management and leadership, presented the advantages of studying aboard and the importance of cultural competence in her faculty lecture Monday at the President’s Dining Room.
Professor of Education Marga Madhuri lead the second installment of the spring Faculty Lecture series at noon on Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room to discuss the upcoming “University of La Verne’s Ninth Annual Family Literacy/Math Conference,” taking place on March 22 at the University.
Andrea Labinger, professor of Spanish emerita, educated faculty and students on the multiple meanings of translation with her lecture “A Sense of Entitlement: Perlis and Pleasures of Title Translation,” on Monday.
Sammy Elzarka, director of assessment and accreditation for LaFetra College of Education, analyzed the different variables that affected the use of integrating technology in higher education Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
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.”