Tagged: Teacher Preparation

Special Education – A Personal Love Affair

By Bonnie Tynes, SED 2016 This past summer, I spent five weeks working as a teacher’s assistant and tutor at The Schenck School in Atlanta, Georgia. The Schenck School is a school for children grades K-6 with mild to severe dyslexia. As a secondary English education major at the time, it is safe to say […]

Dear Future

Dear Future Ms. Dolce, As I sit here with my face buried in books and unending assignments filling up my calendar, I figured I would write you some teacher tips before you forget what it’s like to be a student. So the next time you can’t understand why your students are not doing what you […]

From CGS to SED

From CGS to SED by Jack Wall, SED 2015 Finally getting to SED, finally getting to my new home has been a pretty long journey for me. Since September 2011 my base, here at BU, was The College of General Studies. For those unfamiliar with BU’s CGS, it’s a two-year college wherein a new BU […]

Passion for Education

Passion for Education by Sarah Symes, SED 2016 As cliché as it sounds, I have always wanted to be a teacher. In the elementary school, I used to spend hours upon hours reading to my American Girl dolls, making sure that I held my picture books sideways just like my teachers did. My aspiration followed […]

Falling in love in college…with my major!

Falling in love in college…with my major! by Colleen Mahany, SED 2015 When I entered Boston University School of Education as a freshman, I thought I had found my passion in teaching and studying Social Studies Education. However, it wasn’t until the fall of my sophomore year that I began to develop and explore a passion […]

Teacher Evaluation

Dean Hardin Coleman discusses teacher evaluation and its value. Teacher evaluation can help identify and promote great teachers. But, what are effective systems of evaluation?