Showing posts from August, 2017


"A big issue becomes a great story" CSUN Alumna’s Research Helps Students with Disabilities Worldwide by Jacob Bennett on   August 31, 2017   in   Alumni ,  Community ,  CSU News ,  CSUN Profiles ,  Education ,  Research and Sponsored Projects ,  students Comments Off  on CSUN Alumna’s Research Helps Students with Disabilities Worldwide Recent CSUN grad Soraya Fallah conducted groundbreaking research on students with disabilities that should benefit students across the world. Photo by Lee Choo. Share 6 Soraya Fallah stepped up to a podium in the Anaheim Convention Center and spoke for the voiceless. Her subject: children with disabilities from Middle Eastern, North African and Southwest Asian backgrounds. Many of them grew up in war zones, in countries such as Iran, Iraq, Israel, Palestine, Sudan and Syria. Some are born with physical

"Giving voice to an invisible population " in the MECA conference

Thanks to CTL's Administrative Analyst ,Dr. Scott, Kathy Lynn for helping to create this professional brochure for MECA conference   In the MECA conference my research under the name   ” Giving a voice to an invisible population” was placed in “ Special guest speaker” on Sunday 8/20/2017. The conference The audience were educators, administrators, Professional development seekers, researchers and university professors and lecturers. I took a brochure made by CTL (Center for Teaching and Learning),CSUN and my card, a table designated to our school because of my participation in which I took all the brochures and advertisement from CSUN’s Michael D. Eisner college of Education with me. My poster was displayed at all time during the conference. The reactions ranged from praising me for the range of the research to the tips for the educators. Some took note, some asked for more info and some wanted to be in contact.  A

MENASWA will be in MECA

Image DESCRIPTION MECA, the Multicultural Education Conference in Anaheim, is a two-day multicultural event hosted by The Academia Foundation, a non-profit public charity (a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization), and co-organized by Anaheim University  ( , an accredited university based in Anaheim, California. The conference will be held at the Anaheim Convention Center from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday, August 19 and 20, 2017. This event is open to the public at no charge. You may register by visiting the website at . Convention center parking is $15. PRESENTATIONS: The multicultural-related presentations will cover a wide range of topics of importance to teachers, administrators and those interested in multicultural education and intercultural communications. Presentations will be made in the following areas: bilingual education TESOL (Teac