Tuesday, September 3, 2013

My thoughts as I see the light at the end of the tunnel!

Upon graduating and starting my career as a teacher 7 years ago, I have been a student as well as a teacher...I like to call myself a lifelong learner. Within this time, my goals were to fulfill my teaching requirements, and to receive a Masters Degree. I feel that I have not only done that, but in doing so, I've also become a better teacher based on the things that I was able to "take home" from these classes. Not only is this my last class for my Master’s of Science in Instructional Media degree at Wilkes University, but it is also my last class to put me at M+30 within my district (woo hoo)! I'm looking forward to all the great things that I'll learn in this class that I can apply to my classroom that will help my students learn best.

This program has provided me with a great experience, and it has been incredibly rewarding to be able to work with, and hear from, the variety of colleagues from across the country. I will miss participating in these courses, but I'm sure I will find many other things to keep me busy and improving as a teacher:)


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  2. Congratulations on your accomplishment! I will be finishing in December of this year and will have also achieved the MA+30. Double "woo-hoo!" The Instructional Media degree has been one of the most invigorating programs I have ever experienced and would recommend it to all teachers seeking to advance their knowledge of technology implementation and integration. Good luck on your future endeavors!

  3. Thanks Jamie! Congrats to you as well:)