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Oppenheim Attends Curiosity Club Pop-up

On a chilly evening in late February, Rachel Oppenheim, Director of the School of Education, attended a “Curiosity Club Pop-Up,” an experimental dinner designed to bring together 10 strangers over food, stories, and conversation. The dinner was hosted by local public

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ARTC Students Visit the Seattle Art Museum

Last week, Alternative Route to Teacher Certification program students in the School of Education’s Kent MAT program enjoyed class at the Seattle Art Museum, where they participated in the museum’s “Educator Preview.” ARTC faculty Dr. Heather Curl and Dr. Jeana

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Creating Art in Math Class

Kent middle school teacher-librarian Mia Roberts had her upcoming article “Picture Books: Art Created While Reading in a Middle School Math Class” accepted for publication in the April 2019 issue of the peer-reviewed, scholarly Teacher Librarian: The Journal for School Library Professionals. Roberts spends approximately 10

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AUS Sponsors Multicultural Children’s Literature Celebration

Antioch University Seattle’s School of Education recently proudly sponsored its fourth annual Multicultural Children’s Literature Celebration (MCLC). Multi-award winning book Chef Roy Choi and the Street Food Remix by author June Jo Lee and illustrator Man One was featured this year

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Rachel Oppenheim Advocates at ‘Day on the Hill’

On Wednesday, Jan. 30, Rachel Oppenheim, Director of the School of Education, participated in a “Day on the Hill” event along with other members of the Washington Association for Colleges of Teacher Education (WACTE). Oppenheim spent the day in Olympia

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