Inside USC Rossier Blog


My History Class Observation

I would like to tell you about an observation experience I had during my Framing Experience Class while working on my master of teaching program.  After graduating, I would like to teach high school history so I observed a ninth grade honors history class...

MAT@USC Student Support: Going Above and Beyond

Taking online courses to get your masters in education requires that one has access to internet at all times. In a perfect stress free world you would have no problems with your internet and everything would run smoothly, but what do you do when your internet goes down...

Meeting my fellow peers – in person!

I wanted to write a post about how it was to actually meet other students in my program.  I went to the 100th Birthday Anniversity for the Rossier School at USC and there were about 15 other MAT students there.  Heather Dexter (the very cool tech support/counselor/admin...

Watching Others Learn Outside the Classroom

I wanted to share an experience about how I’ve applied what I’ve have learned while getting my masters in education outside of the classroom.  My sister has a two and half year old son.  He is constantly exploring and learning new things everyday.  I was watching him and...

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...

My new friends

I feel so connected to all of my peers/colleagues in the master of arts in teaching program.  I have made a lot of friends whom I have gotten to know over the past couple months.  One of my MAT@USC friends just had her second baby (who is absolutely adorable!), another...