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2020: 01-03 images

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Cerita Buchanan
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Camille Wilson
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Shumaila Memon
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Royel Johnson
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State College Area School District teachers combined a second-grade study of U.S. symbols and seventh-grade study of symbolism and critical literacy to produce a U.S. Liberty Museum that was on display in late December at Park Forest Elementary School.
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State College Area School District teachers combined a second-grade study of U.S. symbols and seventh-grade study of symbolism and critical literacy to produce a U.S. Liberty Museum that was on display in late December at Park Forest Elementary School.
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State College Area School District teachers combined a second-grade study of U.S. symbols and seventh-grade study of symbolism and critical literacy to produce a U.S. Liberty Museum that was on display in late December at Park Forest Elementary School.
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State College Area School District teachers combined a second-grade study of U.S. symbols and seventh-grade study of symbolism and critical literacy to produce a U.S. Liberty Museum that was on display in late December at Park Forest Elementary School.
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This is a digital flyer for the Luchinsky Lecture being given by Jeanine Staples. All information on the flyer appears in the accompanying story.
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Erica Frankenberg
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Aaron Packard proudly displays his WorkLink T-shirt at a fall semester open house in Chambers Building.
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Donna Fick, professor of nursing at Penn State, and her son, Will, attended a fall semester open house for WorkLink.
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A group of students and faculty attended a fall semester open house for the WorkLink program. From left: Allison Fleming, assistant professor of rehabilitation and human services; Will Fick; Aaron Packard; Wendy Coduti, associate professor of rehabilitation and human services; Alex Badzek; and Lindsey Bannish, doctoral student and graduate assistant for WorkLink.
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Storytelling can be an important aspect of teaching and research, according to a professional storyteller who recently spoke to College of Education faculty.
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Micaela Blei informs College of Education faculty about the importance of storytelling.
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Jason Griffith
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Carla Zembal-Saul
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Sagun Giri, second from right, a doctoral student in the College of Education's Learning, Design, and Technology program, was named the Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications student of the year. Giri is pictured with Nate Turcotte, left, LDT doctoral candidate who won the same award two years ago; Aura Zhao, Giri's spouse; and Josh Kirby, assistant professor of education and program coordinator of LDT online programs.
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Carolyn Stoughton is a Penn State student teacher in the Hazleton Area School District who is helping with the new STEM with Me program being implemented by the College of Education.
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Melanie Marcano is a Penn State student teacher in the Hazleton Area School District who is helping with the new STEM with Me program being implemented by the College of Education.
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Distractions are part of the equation when teaching from home, but Rachel Mountz incorporates her main distraction into her classroom environment, inviting her students to “meet” Sydney, her “teaching assistant.” (Photo: Andy Colwell)
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After one week of remote teaching, Rachel Mountz’s school went on spring break. She is using the time to plan her remote lessons for when learning resumes next week. (Photo: Andy Colwell)
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Penn State College of Education alumna Rachel Mountz and her “teaching assistant,” Sydney, are delivering classroom instruction remotely to her fourth-grade students during the COVID-19 crisis. (Photo: Andy Colwell)