Work and Activities by Current Candidates

School of Education degree candidates - both graduate and undergraduate – are engaged to become knowledgeable, confident and technologically savvy educational leaders as they graduate and move into the field. We are pleased to present a selection of work by our candidates which represents the kind of diverse and sophisticated work that has become the hallmark of the School of Education at Pace University.

 

Thinking Outside the Box: Using New York City's Unique Cultural Assets to Enhance Multicultural Understanding

Jessica McKinnie, MST '15, tours some of New York's cultural institutions and neighborhoods to enrich multicultural understanding and the classroom experience in this video tour she created for Dr. DeLawter's Fall 2012 Human Development in the School Context course.
 

 

Preparing Educators to Make a Difference Globally...

In February 2013, six School of Education undergraduate candidates traveled to Guatemala to present at a literary conference and interact with local students. Accompanied by two professors, the students reported that the trip was a life-changing experience, one they will take with them into their future classrooms and for the rest of their lives. To see the complete album, click here

 

And Locally.

In Spring 2013, graduate and undergraduate candidates volunteered at the Center for Literacy Enrichment, providing reading and writing enrichment and tutoring to local schoolchildren on Saturdays.