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Observing in Education

by Alumni Posts September 26, 2012

My favorite class this semester is my Edu201 class. There is a lot to this class, and I am really getting a lot out of it. We meet for 2 hours and 45 minutes on Tuesdays and beginning next week, the last hour of the class will be spent mentoring a few of the middle […]

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Why I chose Fontbonne

by Alumni Posts February 13, 2012

I was working as a substitute at a neighboring high school. While there I met a true friend who was filled with resources. She was a retired Special School District teacher who was asked to become an Occupational Therapist. She would constantly say I should return to school to obtain my certification, to which I […]

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Philosophy of Education

by Alumni Posts October 10, 2011

So I’m taking a course called “Philosophical Foundations of Education,” and one of the assignments is this big essay on my personal beliefs and values when it comes to teaching. It’s not due yet, but I figured I’d do a little brainstorming here anyway. My Philosophy of Education is centered around the phrase “It’s up […]

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Learning Through Experience

by Alumni Posts September 26, 2011

So I’m currently taking a course called “Introduction to Classroom Teaching” and let me just say, it has done nothing but confirm to me that I was meant to be a teacher. It delves into the psychology behind classroom management and the different theories of how the mind develops through a child’s school years. But […]

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Hey, Hey, the School Year’s Back

by Alumni Posts September 12, 2011

Welcome to another school year, everyone! I hope your summer went well, and that you’re making a smooth transition into the academical world. (Is that a phrase already, or did I just coin something here? Somehow, I don’t think it’ll catch on.) My summer was great, and I miss those days sorely.  I worked at a high school in […]

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