DIGITAL STORIES ON DEVELOPMENT
Our School of Education students are not only on the path to become both knowledgeable and caring teachers, but also have some of the most creative minds, which has been demonstrated in their work. At the commencement of the spring semester, TCH 396A undergraduate sophomores presented projects in collaboration with ENG 201 through a learning community, taught by Dr. Christine Clayton and Dr. Robert Mundy. Their research and execution were outstanding.
Here is a showcase a few of our talented students' work. We hope you enjoy their creativity, and that their research inspires an expansion of thinking on both childhood and adolescent development.
- Elementary Students Using Technology to Write - Jenna Sharkey
- Effects of Student-Teacher Rapport on Social and Emotional Development - Cristina Fonte
- Childhood Poverty and Education - Danielle Gehrlein
- Social & Emotional Development in Students with Learning Disabilities - Coral DiMichele
- The School Counselor’s Role in Adolescent Mental Health - Nicolette Camacho
- The Scary Four-Letter Word - Allison Bratt