Inside USC Rossier Blog


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...

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...

Learning from fellow students

Throughout my experience getting my masters in education I have constantly seen advancements and improvements to the educational arena we students use. Whether it’s in a class discussion among fifteen classmates or in a small group during orientation, the level of interaction...