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Cristóbal Martínez creates knowledge by creating art

A postdoctoral researcher in the Center for the Art and Science of Teaching is part of a collective to be featured at the prestigious 2017 Whitney Biennial exhibition of American contemporary art.

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Writing the book on writing

Writing the book on writing

Steve Graham chaired the panel to create the latest practice guide for the U.S. Department of Education.

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Writing the book on writing

Mobilizing leaders for students with disabilities in high-needs schools

Interdisciplinary program prepares PhD students to be special education faculty for school districts with limited resources.

Student POV

“No child arrives at school a student”

Lauren Orme left a remote Arizona cattle ranch to become an outdoor adventure instructor and assistant teacher in a small, private Bay Area school. Then she decided on the MEd from Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. And everything changed.

“My dream is for my students to say, ’Because of you, I never gave up.’”

Elise Adams earned praise for her enthusiastic student teaching in school PE programs. But she worked just as hard to teach students (and faculty coworkers) that being active and healthy isn’t something you only think about on your way to the gym.


Marine, machinist, mechanic — Outstanding Mentor Teacher

“Ray Utter has always ensured that I am entirely capable of doing everything that a successful teacher would. He is truly the definition of an outstanding mentor teacher.”

For Educators

Training the Trainers: Teaching geography with Pokémon GO

The number of Pokémon players -- “trainers” -- nationwide make it the most popular mobile game in U.S. history. Karen Guerrero captured the power of the game to teach students to use geospatial technologies and communicate geographic information.

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Information session coffee chat: Master’s in Education with Arizona Teacher Certification
Date: Jan. 5
Time: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Location: Starbucks
3530 N Goldwater Blvd at Scottsdale Rd
Scottsdale, Arizona
Brown Bag Lunch and Learn: MEd in Higher and Postsecondary Education
Date: Jan. 11
Time: Noon - 1 p.m.
Location:Santa Catalina Hall, Dean’s Conference Room 331B
ASU Polytechnic campus
7271 E Sonoran Arroyo Mall
Mesa, AZ 85212
Online information session: Master’s in Education with Arizona Teacher Certification
Date: Jan. 18
Time: 5 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Location: Online
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