“A good teacher is a like a candle- it consumes itself to light the way for others.”
College of Saint Elizabeth (CSE) senior education students, like good teachers, were lighting the way for others with their knowledge as they presented their senior research projects, sponsored by the Elizabethan Education Association, in Annunciation Center on March 29, 2012. Their topic themes, which applied to Pre-K to college levels, covered a wide range of issues that affect today’s education system.
The CSE senior education student presenters and their presentations included the following: Denise Blaine, Preservice Teachers’ Perceptions of Subject Matter Competency; Pauline Crabb, Implications of Synesthesia for Classroom Learning; Christina del Monaco, Technology for Literacy Institution; Lauren Faugno, Education in Asia, Australia and America; Amandalynn Glucksman (Drew University), Arts and Creativity in Assessments; Aileen Musynske, Athletics and Academics: Do Athletics Enhance or Hinder Classroom Performance?; Nicole Traino, Ethical Principles that Govern Schooling and Education; Yanick Pepe, An Examination of the Impact of Violence in Schools; Lyndsay Rossi, Mainstreaming Learners with Autism: The Behavioral Interference; Arielle Samra’s, Gender Stereotype Threat in Mathematics; Lauren Smith, Tenure, Teacher Effectiveness and School Reform Issues