Join us at the 22nd Annual Multicultural Education Conference!

 

The 2016 Multicultural Education Conference is free and includes free parking. To register your attendance, please visit http://www.csus.edu/coe/events/mce/.

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The Doctorate in Educational Leadership Program at Sacramento State invites you to the College of Education’s 22nd Annual Multicultural Education Conference. The event takes place this Saturday, February 27, 2016. The conference provides faculty, students, and local educators with the opportunity to join their ongoing efforts to promote educational excellence, social justice and equity in the regions K-12 schools. The 2016 Multicultural Education Conference keynote speaker is Dr. Maisha T. Winn and featured author, Ishmael Reed, Center for Black Literature. Also, we proudly announce a Doctorate in Educational Leadership strand at this year’s conference! The strand will be held in the Orchard Suit 2 in the University Union and features the work of three current Sac State doctoral candidates:

Understanding Jerome Bruner: Constructivism and Discovery Learning (10 – 11 am)
Katrina Pimentel, Ed.D. Candidate, CSU Sacramento
Dr. Porfirio M. Loeza, Professor, CSU Sacramento

Assessing Collective Impact for the Emergence of a Competency Based Statewide ‘Public to Public’ Civil Service Career Pathways (11:15 – 12:15 pm)
Jeffrey Mrizek, Ed.D. Candidate, CSU Sacramento
Dr. Porfirio M. Loeza, Professor, CSU Sacramento

Sisters of Nia: African Centered Pedagogy at Work in Sacramento! (1:30 – 2:30 pm)
Malika Murray, Creative Director, Sisters of Nia, Inc.; Teacher, Heritage Peak Charter School
Synthia Smith, Executive Director/Founder, Sisters of Nia, Inc.; Teacher, Heritage Peak Charter School

We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the following Ed.D. alumni, doctoral candidates, and core faculty for their stellar contributions to the conference!

University Leadership Program that Enhances Inclusion in Law Enforcement (Orchard Suite 1 | 10 – 11 am)
Dr. Shelby Moffatt, Criminal Justice Faculty, Sacramento State
Dr. Melissa Repa, Director, Student Support Services, Sacramento State

Trauma-Informed Educational Practices for Greater Inclusion (Walnut Room | 10 – 11 am)
Natasha Bibayoff, MSW, Doctoral Student; Title IV-E Field Liaison and Lecturer, Division of Social Work, Sacramento State
Malika Murray, Doctoral Candidate; Teacher, Heritage Peak Charter School

 

California Indian Education Summit Featured Session From “Mission-centric” to “California Indian Inclusive Orientations;” Where We Are: The Opportunities Through the Common Core to Enact Social Justice. (Folsom Suite | 10 – 11 am)
Rose Borunda (Purépecha), Professor at Sacramento State
Mimi Coughlin, Professor at Sacramento State
Beverly Ortiz, Cultural Services Director at East Bay Regional Park District

California Indian Education Summit Featured Session Sacramento and Sierra Miwok Territory & Curriculum: Developed by Chelsea Gaynor, Social Science Teacher at W.E. Mitchell Middle School (Auburn Suite | 1:30-2:30pm)
Susan Olsen, Research Assistant and Doctoral Candidate, Sacramento State

 

Blending Strategies for the K–2 Grade Classroom (Orchard Suite 3 | 1:30-2:30pm)
Porfirio Loeza, Professor, Sacramento State
Rosie Aguilar, Multiple Subject Teacher Candidate, Sacramento State
Kaelle Allen, Multiple Subject Teacher Candidate, Sacramento State
Yesenia Guerrero, Multiple Subject Teacher Candidate, Sacramento State
Luisa Latini,Multiple Subject Teacher Candidate, Sacramento State
Cecilia Ortega, Multiple Subject Teacher Candidate, Sacramento State

For any questions, please contact our office at (916) 278-2282 or email at edd@csus.edu.

Follow the 2016 Multicultural Education Conference on Twitter @mcecoesacstate !

We hope you will be able to join us!

 

 

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