Teaching Bilingualism

Bruce Torff, a professor of teaching, learning and technology in the School of Education, co-authored an article on teaching and education for English language learners entitled, “Educators’ beliefs about appropriate pedagogical models for English language learners who differ in home-language and English-language abilities,” published in the International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism. 

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Tag Team Workshop

Dr. Alan Singer, a professor in the School of Education and expert on social issues in education, and Pablo Muriel, a high school social studies teacher and...

Art Education Heads to NYC

Art education students visited the Hirschl & Adler Gallery and Galerie Etienne on March 2 as part of the Museum as Educator and Art in NYC...

Get Ahead This Summer

Summer Sessions at Hofstra offer several opportunities for students to stay on track or get ahead.

Alan Singer and Eustace Thompason

Battling Zero-Tolerance

School of Education professors Alan Singer and Eustace Thompson have published a chapter entitled, “Battling Zero-Tolerance in Schools and the School...

Art Education On Display

Art education students will open an exhibit of original artwork on Wednesday, February 28 at 4:15PM on the first floor of Hagedorn Hall. These works...

Eight Contribute to Education Journal

Eight faculty members and students in the School of Education contributed to the Winter-Spring 2018 issue of Teaching Social Studies, a joint...

“Remember To Live”

Kristi Rivera, an art education graduate student in the School of Education and a Port Washington middle school teacher, will open an exhibition of...

Remembering Prof. Emeritus Donna Barnes

Hofstra University is saddened by the passing of Donna Barnes, professor emerita of Teaching, Learning and Technology. Dr. Barnes’ professional...

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