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"The small student to faculty ratio was a real benefit in my preparation towards my teaching career. It enabled me to get to know my professors well and come to them for help with anything I needed."

Anthony Pavicic
Bishop Foley High School
Madison Heights, MI.

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"Lake Superior State University has provided me with invaluable teaching experience. From my first year to my last, I was able to complete field work, which provided me with four years of teaching experience in a variety of classrooms. Throughout this time I was also immersed in educational theory, and by the time I completed my internship, I felt like I had already completed my first year of teaching. A major benefit of this teaching program was the valuable contacts I was able to make within the schools, which helped me to gain employment when I graduated. I was also able to graduate with 12 post-graduate credits, which I plan to put toward a Masters in Education. The teaching program at Lake State has not only given me a solid foundation to build from, but has helped me develop into a competent and confident professional."

-- Beth Orlando
Teacher Education Graduate

 


  

"You can teach a student a lesson for a day, but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives," by Clay P. Bedford, is a quote that I first read on a professor's door at LSSU. LSSU teaches you how to teach by guiding the children in your class to a positive future. LSSU gives you the foundation that makes a person into a teacher who will make a difference in the lives of children."

--Krista Vit
School of Education graduate

Volunteering...

Ned Zimmer

Ned is a student at LSSU in Elementary Education. Ned volunteers his time with the America Reads program, and has been assigned to the Washington School where he works in second grad teacher Laurie Robbins' classroom. There, Ned assists the teacher with reading instruction and works one-on-one with struggling readers. The boys and girls enjoy working with Ned, who is also a member of LSSU's Division III hockey squad.

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