On Thursday October 16, 2014, Mrs. Elizabeth Marciano, B.S. Ed. and Mrs. Jessica Rinebold, B.S.Ed. (two students who graduated from the B.S.Ed. Program Rochester Campus) presented in collaboration with Dr. Elaine Correa, Associate Professor in the Division of Education at the New York State Association of Teacher Education and the New York Association for Colleges of Teacher Education. Their paper entitled “No Teacher Left Behind” Challenges to Teaching What We Don’t Know to Students We Don’t Understand was extremely well received. The participants in the session included a number of academic Deans, Keynote speakers and award recipients who expressed their interest and appreciation for the critical review of technology integration that was presented as a means for effective engagement of student learning. The demonstration of new technologies and how these technologies can be utilized by faculty and students in this interactive presentation provided participants with alternative options when using technology in classroom teaching. Congratulations to Mrs. Elizabeth Marciano and Mrs. Jessica Rinebold for demonstrating a high level of professionalism and expertise in their first academic presentation. As representatives of the Education Program of Medaille College, Elizabeth and Jessica have certainly made their professor’s extremely proud. We look forward to your continued success.
- : Dr. Elaine Correa
Posted by: Dr. Elaine Correa