Nuts & Bolts Webinar – Ready Day 1: The Intersection of Content, Pedagogy and the Learner
Before program completion, candidates demonstrate mastery of content related to learners, learning, subject matter, content knowledge for teaching, pedagogical knowledge, assessment, and engagement with families and communities. Such knowledge is dynamic, constructed and overlapping.
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Dr. Jerrell HillDean of the School of Human Development and Education Pacific Oaks College
Dr. Hill is Dean of the School of Human Development and Education at Pacific Oaks College. He is a dynamic scholar-practitioner who is a voice for educational justice and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I). His primary research includes educator diversity, identity, leadership, and academic achievement. Additional areas of research include the unique challenges of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), student motivation, special education, and urban schools. He has over 20 years of service as an educator. He is proud to have taught within many diverse populations and in various urban educational contexts. He also serves as a keynote speaker and workshop facilitator at global and national conferences. He has lectured in Peru and published a number of peer-reviewed articles and a book chapter. Besides his academic articles, he has developed curriculums and certificate programs and has led an academic mission, study abroad for international students.