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Educational Change and Teacher Preparation for a Changing World
Much of the content for this Webinar will draw from the presenter's book and class lectures. Key questions include:
1) What does it take to become a successful teacher?
2) How do we define success in Teaching?
3) What should new teachers know about teaching today?
4) How has the teaching profession in the United States changed over time?
5) What can we learn from about teaching from other countries?
6) How can we help schools and Teachers succeed today?

Presenters: Theodore G Zervas Ph.D. North Park University

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Nov 10, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Theodore G. Zervas
Professor of Education / Coordinator of MATC @North Park University
Theodore G. Zervas is professor at North Park University in Chicago. He was born in Chicago to immigrant parents from Greece. He holds a bachelors and masters degree in history from DePaul University, a masters degree in Education and Social Policy from Northwestern University, and a Ph.D. in Cultural and Educational Policy studies from Loyola University Chicago. He has taught at Northwestern University, Technologico Superiores De Monterrey in Mexico, Spice Mountain College in Beijing, China and American University in Cairo in Egypt. He has recently published an edited volume titled Educating Greek Americans (Palgrave & Macmillan) with Fevronia Soumakis and soon to be edited volume titled: Reconciling Ancient and Indigenous Belief Systems: Textbooks and Curricula in Contention (Toronto University Press) with Ehaab Abdou. His most recent book With Grit and a Big Heart: A Beginners Guide to Teaching is a guide for aspiring teachers on the ins and out of teaching today.