History Student Teachers Talk about the Classroom
Apr 14, 2010 - History majors Kristen Fabrizio and Stephen Powell talked about their experiences as student teachers at the history department’s student teacher education spring reception on April 14. Kristen’s presentation focused on her work at Tigrett Middle School during the current semester, while Stephen’s talk highlighted his spring semester experiences at Northeast Middle School. More than 30 people attended this activity which was coordinated by Dr. Judy LeForge, the department’s education liaison. In addition to hearing the student teachers’ inspirational presentations, attendees enjoyed a variety of delicious foods at the event.
A large crowd of people attend the history department’s student teacher education reception on April 14, 2010.
History major Kristen Fabrizio discusses her experiences as a student teacher at Tigrett Middle School in Jackson during the student teacher education on April 14.
Dr. Judy LeForge, the history department’s education liaison, listens intently to Kristen Fabrizio talk about her work as a student teacher.
Kristen Fabrizio relates an amusing story from her spring semester work as a student teacher in the Jackson-Madison County School System.
Cameron White (left to right), Stephen Powell, and Dr. Terry Lindley enjoy Kristen Fabrizio’s presentation on April 14 about her work as a student teacher in Jackson.
Stephen Powell talks on April 14 about his spring semester experiences as a student teacher at Northeast Middle School in Jackson