Archive for Joyce Aarsvold

Jane Schuck Retires

Education instructor, Jane Schuck, retired at the end of the 2013-14 academic year. She will be missed by her students and colleagues. They sent her off with a musical farewell. You can watch it now.      

Casey Dowling ’14

Position: Publicity, SEA Hometown: Ely, MN I am from Ely, MN and am a Junior Elementary Education Major. I love being part of SEA because the people are wonderful and we do really beneficial activities. We have had principal panels, speakers, and also just fun social events. SEA is a great way to get involved and […]

Alicia Ryman ’14

Position: Secretary, SEA Hometown: Hastings, MN I am a Junior Elementary Education major from Hastings, MN. I feel lucky to call Gustavus my other home, where I enjoy getting involved, hanging with friends, and, of course, going to class. One of the organizations that I have enjoyed being part of during my time at Gustavus is […]

Sarah Martin ’14

Position: Treasurer Hometown: Eagan, MN I am a Junior Elementary Education Major with a math endorsement from Eagan, MN. Other than SEA, I am involved in Big Partner Little Partner, Gustavus Youth Outreach, Kappa Delta Pi, and choir. My favorite thing that we have done in SEA is making tie blanket with middle school students in […]

Nicole Schwarz ’14

Position: Co-President, SEA Hometown: Andover, MN My name is Nicole Schwarz and I originally am from Andover, MN. I’m majoring in both Secondary Social Studies and History and would love to teach American History in a middle school or high school classroom some day! Although we do a lot of fun things in SEA, one […]

Kara Peterson ’14

Position: Co-President, SEA Hometown: Becker, MN I am a Junior Elementary Education Major from Becker, MN. In addition to SEA, I am also involved with GYO, KDP, BPLP, Study Buddies, and I work at the afterschool program at South Elementary. I am so excited to see how far SEA has come over there last two […]

Homecoming Social for Education Alums

Greetings Education Graduates! The Gustavus Education Department would like to invite all teacher education graduates to join us for coffee and conversation on the Saturday morning of homecoming weekend.  We would like to share with you what is happening in education – both on campus and around the state, and we would love to hear […]

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 […]