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Les Sternberg

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USC's College of Education

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Employment History

Dean

American Academy of Kinesiology and Physical Education


Dean and Professor

College of Education, University of South Carolina


Affiliations

University of South Carolina

Special Advisor To the Provost (Retired)


American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education

At-Large Representative


Midlands Education and Business Alliance

Board Member


National Association for Professional Development Schools

Board Member


SCACTE

Board Member


University of South Carolina

Dean and Professor Emeritus


Education


USC's School of Education


doctorate

educational psychology

University of Connecticut


Web References(72 Total References)


post-secondary education Archives | Disability News | PatriciaEBauer.com

www.patriciaebauer.com [cached]

... Les Sternberg, dean of USC's College of Education who has a background in special education, said, "I'm a cheerleader for this kind of stuff."
"Everything that's offered to the non-disabled student should be offered to the disabled as well," Sternberg said.


Podcast - Speaking of Schools Podcast

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As Dr. Les Sternberg leaves the Deanship of USC's College of Education, he reflects on his years as the College's Dean and what has been accomplished through the hard work of his staff.
Evidently, people are taking notice of what's occurring at USC as the College recently hosted about 70 individuals from across the Nation who will be members of future Boards of Examiners for NCATE, the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education. Many more accomplishments have occurred during Dr. Sternberg's tenure; USC now works with 140 schools in 7 districts in the greater Columbia area and more than 80 percent of teacher preparation courses are being taught on-site in local schools. Hear Dr. Sternberg reflect on the past and future of teacher education at USC on this week's podcast. As Dr. Les Sternberg leaves the Deanship of USC's College of Education, he reflects on his years as the College's Dean and what has been accomplished through the hard work of his staff. Evidently, people are taking notice of what's occurring at USC as the College recently hosted about 70 individuals from across the Nation who will be members of future Boards of Examiners for NCATE, the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education. Many more accomplishments have occurred during Dr. Sternberg's tenure; USC now works with 140 schools in 7 districts in the greater Columbia area and more than 80 percent of teacher preparation courses are being taught on-site in local schools. Hear Dr. Sternberg reflect on the past and future of teacher education at USC on this week's podcast. http://www.scetv.org/index.php/speaking_of_schools/show/the_importance_of_clinical_practice_in_preparing_effective_teachers/


www.thestate.com

"Compared to years past, obviously our graduates are not being as successful in terms of getting positions," said Les Sternberg, dean of the USC College of Education.
"That is just a reflection of what is happening." Sternberg said he is counseling graduates not to lose heart, because he believes once the economic recession is over, there will be a huge teacher shortage, and one that newly minted graduates will be able to fill. "I'm not hearing necessarily that people are giving up," he said.


www.postandcourier.com

Les Sternberg, dean of USC's College of Education who has a background in special education, said, "I'm a cheerleader for this kind of stuff."
"Everything that's offered to the non-disabled student should be offered to the disabled as well," Sternberg said.


free-times.com

Either way, "You're going to see a whole lot of hurt at Richland 1," says Les Sternberg, dean of the USC College of Education.
Sternberg conducted a years-long analysis of Richland 1, culminating in a 2008 report that Mayor Bob Coble described as the most effective study the city has ever commissioned.


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