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A Critical Link: Field Supervisors Support Teachers-in-Training Through Experience and Reflection

Now in the third act of their distinguished careers, Patricia Floyd-Echols G’83, G’95 and Patricia Charboneau G’08 continue to demonstrate a commitment to training the next generation. Both of these...
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“People to Help You Succeed”: What Alumni Are Saying About the School of Education’s Learning Community

The School of Education is a safe, welcoming, inclusive, and proud community that supports the diverse perspectives and distinct potential of all its learners. You’ll find these values reflected in...
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For Children’s Author Rob Buyea ’99, G’00, Writing Is Both “Humbling and Rewarding”

“When I first began teaching, I was doing a lot of talking to my students about writing, challenging them to do certain things and even to feel certain ways, but...
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“Exceptionally Prepared”: Professor Tom Bull and Abby Horton ’19 Discuss Bridge to the City on ’Cuse Conversations

For the last 25 years, the School of Education has offered aspiring inclusive education teachers a unique opportunity to hone their skills as student teachers in New York City through...
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“The Hard Work of Equity”: A Conversation with Principal and Ed.D. Candidate Moshiena Faircloth

Delaware Primary School Principal Moshiena Faircloth is exactly the type of student Syracuse University’s Educational Leadership executive doctorate wants to recruit, says program coordinator Professor George Theoharis: “When this program...
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Five Questions for Autumn Figueroa ’04, G’06

Educational consultant Autumn Figueroa ’04, G’06 holds a joint bachelor’s degree in International Relations and Selected Studies in Education, with a minor in Spanish and a master’s degree in Childhood...
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Through Intelligence++, Domenic Gallo ’24 Reimagines Augmentative and Alternative Communication Tech to Empower Individuals with Speech Disabilities

“I have always been drawn to creative problems, yet I have always solved those problems in technical ways. I am very left-brained. But people need to know being left-brained can...
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Five Questions for Darius Rose ’12

While at Syracuse University, Darius Rose ’12 worked as a student manager for the Orange Football team for five seasons. He was responsible for setting up drills and executing daily...
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“I Love to Share the Cool Stuff”: Six SUNY-ESF Graduates Launch Their Science Teaching Careers Together at the School of Education

Syracuse University’s relationship with its close neighbor, the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, has been a long and fruitful one. After all, SUNY-ESF was...
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In Her Research and Practice, Alexa Kulinski ’09 Explores the Transformative Power of Visual Journaling

Meet Alexa Kulinski ’09: artist + researcher + teacher, as she describes herself on social media. A graduate of the Syracuse University Bachelor’s of Fine Art program with a 2017...
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