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A Community within the World

After reflecting about my experience getting my master of arts in teaching thus far, I realize I am truly connected to a greater community.  This greater community is USC and the USC community is everywhere.  Last week I was at Disneyland and proudly noted many people had...

Connecting with my peers

My ability to connect with other individuals and my peers in a meaningful and reciprocal way has been awesome!  As I mentioned last week, the 2sc platform we use in the master of arts in teaching program is both user and socially friendly.  I have made some very good friends...

Great Technology, Effective Lectures, Accessible Professors

There are three things that I found very surprising about the masters in education program.  First, I love the technology that we use on a daily basis.  I am computer literate, having used a computer for a number of schools. However, I feel it would be easy for individuals who...

My Journey with USC

My name is Laurel, welcome to my USC blog!  I live in sunny San Diego, CA. and am working on my Master’s in Teaching as a student in the MAT@USC delivered online.  I have a dog who aside from school work consumes most of my time!  I am thrilled about this journey...

Dean Karen Symms Gallagher on Teach For America

Dean Karen Symms Gallagher’s calls for Teach for America, teachers not necessarily with masters in education, to be held...

Dean Karen Symms Gallagher on KPCC-FM

KPCC-FM interviewed Dean Karen Symms Gallagher about the school’s 100th anniversary this year.

“We’ve been successful for the last hundred years because we think we’ve been innovative in educating people and we’ve [been] trying...