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Student Teaching from the Student’s POV – Is the edTPA Effective?

Hello, everyone, and welcome to another installment of Student Teaching from the Student’s POV! Instead of me ranting about my experiences via video (which I know you’re all going to miss), I’ve decided to write down my personal thoughts about the thing that is plaguing all education majors in New York State and beyond – The edTPA.  Half of you reading this…

Student Teaching from the Student’s POV – Weeks 6&7

Hello, Everyone! It’s time for another Student Teaching from the Student’s POV! I have been quite busy finishing up my placement at my Elementary Schools and have now moved on to a High School! Leaving my cooperating teacher and the elementary schools was so hard, hence why I didn’t make a video last week. I grew to love my cooperating teacher and those schools/children…

Student Teaching from the Student’s POV – Week 5

Greetings, friends! Welcome to another edition of Student Teaching from the Student’s POV! We’re already on Week 5, and let me tell you, student teaching is going by fast! A few things: I didn’t wear my glasses for this vlog because I knew they were reflective and distracting, so I can’t really see anything why I’m vlogging. #skills I know I hold…

Student Teaching from the Student’s POV – Week 4

Hello, friends! Welcome to another edition of Student Teaching from the Student’s POV! Enjoy this week’s video and please leave a comment about your thoughts on my fun adventures, any advice, or just something you’d like to say! Warning: I may have gone a little crazy, and I may have enjoyed editing this video a lot. And there may be bloopers. WA-HOO!

Student Teaching From the Student’s POV: Week 1!

Greetings, readers of the Saint Rose Blog! And welcome to the first week of “Genevieve talks about her experiences during her time as a student teacher and talks to other student teachers about it” series! Since that title is a bit long (and a bit silly), I’m shortening it to “Student Teaching from the Student’s Point of View”! For this…