The graduate and professional School of Education endeavors to transform students into innovative scholar-practitioners, guided by the ideals of equity and access, who serve their communities as leaders in K-12, higher education, and human services. Through personalized, inclusive, globally-engaged teaching and scholarship, we aim to shape and enrich educational practices that advance a more just society and impact the lives of individuals in our community and beyond.
The faculty, staff, and students of the graduate and professional School of Education form a vibrant community of inquiry committed to experiential learning, diversity of ideas and people, and collaborative scholarship. Through our transformative, high-quality teaching and scholarship, we prepare leaders and professionals who enhance the learning and livelihoods of all people in increasingly complex educational contexts.
The Department of Teaching and Learning houses faculty and degree programs focused on preparing and advancing teachers to work in public, private and alternative school settings.
The Department of Counseling and Human Services offers exclusively graduate degrees in counseling and human services focused on preparing and advancing counselors to work in public and private sectors.
Please note that the #1 problem faculty have with submitting grades via Moodle is the requirement to use only numeric grades insterad of letter grades. Please see the grading instructions above for numeric grade options (A - = 3.7 for example).
If you need to issue a grade of incomplete, see the instructions above and make sure you provide an end date and default grade in the event the student does not complete the work.
If you experience errors in Moodle grade submission, it is best to email Cheryl_Robbins@redlands.edu and report the problem thoroughly. It is also ideal to include screen shots so your problem may be more accurately diagnosed.
Almost all UR classrooms are equipped with fully-functional media stations and classroom projectors. Skype ready rooms and other technology are available on request from Media Services. If you are a Mac user, please be prepared to bring your own adapters for VGA and HDMI. Yessenia Yorgesen in the Dean's Office has several loaner tech kits should you need to work in a room without a media podium.
If you experience problems with classroom or network technology, check the IT Services web page for status reports. For immediate help between the hours of 8:00-7:00, please call (909) 748-8922.
School of Education Tech FAQ coming soon