The Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) notified the MEd in Counseling program that the CACREP Board voted to accredit our
What Brings You to Teaching?
What brings you to teaching? I’ve asked this question many times – of myself and the many teachers I have worked with over my 25
Identity in Waves
I struggle greatly with my identity, what makes up who I am as an individual has never been something I knew. It wasn’t until coming
Are Classroom Norms Responsive? Evaluating Student-Generating Community Expectations Under the Lens of Racial Justice
“Classroom norms are too often part of a culture that trains upper and middle class white children into anesthetized conformity with unjust systems of power,
The Path to Success
For my final master’s project, I chose to investigate the elements of student tracking that negatively impact BIPOC student recruitment and retention in public school
Files, Files, & More Files: SOE Student Record Scanning Project Complete
The purpose of this blog post is to inform and share news that has been well in the making, over a decade to be exact.
Social Emotional Learning in a Science Classroom
In my own educational experience, I have learned the most in environments committed to my growth, both academic and non-academic. As a student, I find
Navigating Who I am vs. What Students Need
The Fall 2021 semester has been a time of new opportunities and growth for myself, and perhaps the largest catalyst for this growth has been
A New Willingness to Make Mistakes
Student teaching has been one of the most rewarding opportunities I have ever been a part of. Learning from and alongside my mentor and the
My School Counseling Internship: Making Changes and Decisions that are Best for Me
During my final year of graduate school, I made plans to complete my internship in mental health. At the last possible minute, I made the
Engaging with Literacy and Emotions in Elementary School
The second time I volunteered in a first-grade classroom at Grant Elementary, the teacher read out loud the book When I Feel Angry which is
Too Much of Myself: Lessons Learned as a Mental Health Counseling Intern
My first year of graduate studies in mental health counseling took place in the thick of the COVID 19 pandemic during a time of uncertainty.
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