Tagged: College Experience

One Math Class – The Value of a Single Class

By Sophie Klein, SED 2016 Math. If you cringed seeing that word then you are like me. When I found out that I only had to take one math class for all of college I was ecstatic. After having countless years of horrible math class experiences I was excited to finally get math class done […]

My Real Home – Studying at Boston University School of Education

By AnneMarie Schiller, SED 2015 Growing up, I was always the kid that could not wait to go away to college. Education has always been my number one priority in life, and it was my life-long desire to attend a notable university with a strong program. After reading Boston University’s website to the point of […]

Appreciate Every Moment – What I Learned at Boston University

By Zeba Race, SED 2014 On the day I moved into college, my dad told me to appreciate every moment because it will be over before you know it. Looking at the four years ahead of me, and the countless classes I had to take, I did not believe him. Four years is a long […]

Why We Keep Going – Putting Students First

By Carina Traub, SED 2016 With exam season rapidly approaching, it can be easy to get stuck in an educational rut, a place where everything seems impossible and the thought of writing one more paper makes you want to turn yourself into a blanket burrito. However, looking around the School of Education, I am reminded […]

Diving Into Bags of Gold – Building a Strong Identity by Recognizing Talents

By Claire Buesser, SED 2016 When I came to BU last year, I knew I was embarking on a new journey. Everyone told me “college is a chance to start over!” This was it, my chance to leave “old Claire” behind. As appealing as this sounds though, it terrified me. As the semester began, I […]

Learning and Growing – How College Experiences Change One’s Personal Philosophy

By Griffin Monahan, SED 2016 It is common for college students studying different areas to compare their courses, workload, and challenges, and the same is true at Boston University. When I engage in these types of conversations with my friends in other schools at BU, I often find myself with greater differences, rather than similarities, […]