Archive for 2008

Student Teaching Program Opening Doors for Education Majors

This past fall, five Gustavus students completed a session of their student teaching at the International School at Sotogrande, located on the southeast coast of Spain. This spring, six students will be part of a similar experience in Barrow, Alaska, the northern most point of Alaska. Along with their student teaching duties, the students will […]

Eight Gustavus Education Majors Travel to Costa Rica

Eight Gustavus elementary and secondary education students returned from 19 days in Costa Rica as the travel portion of a Career Orientation to Teaching couse. This course provided students the opportunity to explore the educational system of Costa Rica by assisting in English Language classrooms. Home-stays and weekend travel provided immersion in the culture and […]

Dan Moos presents Research in Granada, Spain

Dan Moos, Education, presented at a conference in Granada, Spain. The conference, Cognition and the Web: Information processing, comprehension, and learning, was truly international as participants came from Germany, the Netherlands, USA, Spain, England, France, and Japan. The conference focused on research which has examined cognitive demands associated with learning in nonlinear environments. The presentation […]

Bill Green Visits Gustavus

Bill Green, Superintendent of Minneapolis Public Schools, talked to students in John Clementson’s Individual and Society Interim course and some education majors. As a Gustavus graduate, Bill Green shared insight on diversity, education and the journey he has traveled. In celebration of Martin Luther King Day, Green also spoke in chapel and address other groups.