Whenever I have even a small amount of downtime, I inevitably start forward thinking. Usually when this happens, the future seems very..
Winter Break is Here!
We recently finished classes. I can’t quite believe that I’m 3/4 of the way through graduate school. This break couldn’t have come at ..
Getting to Know Your Cohort
For the past 15 weeks, my cohort has taken our Methods of Math course with the first-year cohort. At first, I wasn’t sure how it was g..
Teaching a Supervised Lesson
The last thing an Elementary Education MAT student does to prepare themselves for student teaching in the spring is to write a lesson ..
Lesson Plan Equal Groups
I am particularly proud of a recent lesson plan I wrote with my classmate Gabby White. It’s a second grade math lesson on investigatin..
Guest Blogger: Bernkopf Covers the Social Justice Curriculum Fair
Hey y’all. This week, I decided to give the blog over to recently blogged about Rachel Bernkopf, who attended the Teachers for Social ..
I’m Thankful for Teachers
It is that time of the year when observations can begin to feel a tiny bit tedious. You’ve spent time contacting schools and teachers,..
Meet The Teachers: Cherise Collins
I wanted to share all about another person in our cohort, so I could really show the diverse perspectives and backgrounds of the stude..
Coming Soon… Preview Days!
We are more than mid-way through our fall semester, which also means that application season will be beginning soon for most programs…
Meet The Teachers: Rachel Bernkopf
Every now and again I mention on Marginalia how diverse and unique my classmates are. Columbia’s teaching program seems to attract a r..