Join us as we speak with recent Trinity alumni who followed different pathways to teaching on Tuesday October 23rd, 2012 from 7-8pm in Seabury S205. Guests will appear in person and via web video conference to share their individual stories on how and why they became classroom teachers. Their personal advice expands upon the Pathways to Teaching web pages hosted by the Educational Studies Program. Scheduled to participate are Lis Pennington ’07, Katie (Brewer) Goodman ’07, Jackie Kahan ’08, Jesse Wanzer ’08, Courteney Coyne ’10, Samantha Alcala ’11, Begaeta Nukic ’11, Ashley Ardinger ’12, Candace Simpson ’12, Lenny Rutigliano ’14 (on his current experience with the St. Joseph consortial program), and others. Read their comments below for further background. If you’re a Trinity student who plans to attend, click here to sign up.
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If you’re a Trinity alum with experience as a classroom teacher, please post a comment below about your experiences. If you plan to attend in person, arrive at 6:30pm if you’d like to join us for an informal meal before we begin. Or if you plan to join us on the web, register for a free Google+ account, and click on my Google+ profile to add me to your circles, then just before the event, log onto your Google+ page and look for an invitation from me to join our “hangout” video conference session.
Here’s the video feed from our discussion.
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