You Graduated! You’re a Teacher! Now What?

I’m honored to introduce you to guest blogger, Katie Robinson.  Currently the Technology Integration Specialist at Episcopal Collegiate School in Little Rock, Arkansas, she serves students and faculty in grades 6-12 and has close to 12 years experience in education.  Before moving to Little Rock, she taught 7th, 9th and 10th grade English in Memphis, … Read more

After the Keynote: Advice for Our New CED Grads

In preparation for Spring Commencement 2017, North Carolina State College of Education asked for advice to our new alumni: 

Since this is typically a tough time of year for many teachers, the idea of sharing with those about to join the #EduHero forces is a well-timed call to action.  Regardless of where you earned your teaching degree(s), please consider writing a reflection to share with your alumni and tag it with your University’s hashtag in your favorite social media.

Apologies in advance, but I don’t remember the commencement addresses that I heard on December 18, 2013:  It was a big day for me, one that I had worked hard to achieve and envisioned when the load seemed impossible.  Pinching myself to be reassured that it was real was the top priority as well as making it to the Free Expression Tunnel in full regalia after the University Graduation and before the College of Education Graduation. My advice is for after the keynote…

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