Tag: teacher

Long Time, No See! Brendan Peo, Here!

Greetings! I was thinking about Saint Rose the other day and my time there as a student and as an employee! Moments later, I received an email in my inbox to submit an “update” post for the blog. It’s funny how coincidences happen! After graduating with my Master’s in December 2013, I continued to work as a part time employee for…

International Adventures with Alumna Kelly Hoehn pt.1

Kelly Hoehn is a double alumna of the College graduating with a Bachelor’s in Childhood Education in 2007 and her Master’s in Literacy in 2008.  In this blog “mini-series” Kelly will share the details of her experience teaching internationally in Qatar.  This post discusses Kelly’s decision to leave a great job in the States for an exciting new opportunity.   So,…

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…