Category: Student Voices

Don’t Stress

By James Teixeira, SED 2018 College can be an extremely stressful experience. There are what seems like a million important decisions to make – some that could have a lifelong impact. I’ve met an overwhelming amount of people who all seem to have their lives figured out. From the kids who know they want to be […]

I Don’t Do It for the Money

By Sarah White, SED 2016 “I’m not doing it for the money, though,” I find myself saying yet another time with yet another smile on my face. But behind my smile, I feel slightly annoyed. When will I stop being told how little money I’ll earn through the education field? When will I stop needing […]

Summer Camp 2015

By Sara Toledo, SED 2018 For education majors, it can be difficult to decide what to do with your summer. While internships are available for a lot of other career paths, that’s not as much of a possibility for those pursuing education. Since the academic school year does not run during the summer, it can […]

Research (But Not the Boring Kind)

By Debra Regensburger, SED 2017 At 5 years old I already went around my kindergarten class telling others that I wanted to be a teacher when I grew up. I have known I wanted to teach for as long as I can remember; but I have also known that I am someone who needs change and […]

Mathematically Thinking

By Navraj Narula, SED 2016 As an English Education major, you would not find it surprising that one of the reasons why I picked literature to be my subject matter of expertise was because of the fact that I disliked math with a passion. In middle school, I was required to take an exam that […]

Say Something

By Grace Dastous, SED 2017 I am part of the Elementary Educators Club here at BU. This club is a great opportunity for any student here at BU to volunteer at the Trotter Elementary School, which is an urban school in Dorchester. We raise money for events like Dads Read, which brings together fathers and […]