Posts Tagged 'teaching'

All articles tagged with 'teaching' are listed below. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

Advancing Through Technology

This fall, Susan Shelangoskie, PhD, returned to campus after spending a semester on sabbatical researching Victorian technology--including obtaining special access to archives in England. While abroad, she analyzed rare documents and viewed objects such as the experimental telegraphs that were the first to be used to solve a murder.

Read the rest of article »

Popular tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Excelling in the Classroom

Matthew Roadruck (‘05, BA) is setting the bar high in education in Norfolk, VA. The 2014 Teacher of the Year is respected and appreciated by his peers, administrators, students and most importantly, their parents.

Read the rest of article »

Popular tags: , , , , ,

Alumna teaches in the "Land Of The Rising Sun"

Having been inspired to work overseas through her exposure to international students during a graduate assistantship, Amanda finds great enjoyment as a neitibu no sensei (native teacher) of the English language.

Read the rest of article »

Popular tags: , , , , ,

Alumni focus: Committed in life and work

Jenny Mitchell ('07, Teaching Certificate, Early Childhood Education) is a person with infectious energy. This dynamo is a third grade teacher, former triathlete, avid bike racer, yoga instructor, speech therapist, busy wife and mother of three.

Read the rest of article »

Popular tags: , ,

Living the mission: Making global connections

Cheryl Lykowski has helped students from opposite ends of the world learn about one another by making a global connection.

Read the rest of article »

Popular tags: , , , , , , , ,

Enhancing student learning experiences with Culturally Responsive Teaching

Culturally Responsive Teaching (CRT) is defined by the National Center for Culturally Responsive Educational Systems as a student-centered approach to learning within the cultural contexts of the learner. CRT is founded on the premise that the cultural practices of learners affect cognition and emotional processes.

Read the rest of article »

Popular tags: , ,

Teaching a passion for science

Desiring to be either a veterinarian or a teacher as a youngster, Adrianne Subleski's career decision was finally made in junior high. "I discovered my passion for science," she says. Today, in addition to teaching science, she is also certified to teach social studies for 4-9th graders, and holds a P-12 reading endorsement.

Read the rest of article »

Popular tags: , , ,