WVU Parkersburg announces spring 2019 student teachers

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West Virginia University at Parkersburg’s Education Division is pleased to announce its spring 2019 student teachers:

• Matthew Barton
• Sydney Casto
• Janae Cundiff
• Sabrina Deem
• Emily Goodwin
• Katelyn Hess
• Hannah Jordan
• Nicole Landis
• Cristin Miller
• Baylee O’Brian
• Taylor Plaugher
• Meghan Sinclair
• Isabella Stoops

Back row from left: Janae Cundiff, Sydney Casto, Emily Goodwin. Front row from left: Katelyn Hess, Cristin Miller, Jackson County Schools

Back row from left: Janae Cundiff, Sydney Casto, Emily Goodwin
Front row from left: Katelyn Hess, Cristin Miller, Jackson County Schools

 

From left: Meghan Sinclair, Baylee O'Brian, Roane County Schools

From left: Meghan Sinclair, Baylee O’Brien, Roane County Schools

 

Back row from left: Nicole Landis, Isabella Stoops, Hannah Jordan, Taylor Plaugher Front row from left: Matthew Barton, Sabrina Deem

Back row from left: Nicole Landis, Isabella Stoops, Hannah Jordan, Taylor Plaugher
Front row from left: Matthew Barton, Sabrina Deem

“Educational efforts made in today’s classroom set the standard for students and teachers in the future,” said Dr. David Lancaster, WVU Parkersburg Education Division chair. “It’s important that education students begin work in the classroom early on so they build realistic and informed skillsets as they become teachers.”

In the elementary education program, students gain hands-on experience as early as their freshman year observing and practicing teaching skills in real school settings. This includes learning key decision-making skills, creating effective lesson plans, developing and accessing one-on-one and group instruction, integrating new technologies into the classroom and more.

“I’m excited to announce the new student teachers and believe they are ready to make a positive impact on the school system and touch the lives of many students to come,” shared Lancaster.

Classes at WVU Parkersburg start Monday, Jan. 14. Visit www.wvup.edu/education to learn more about WVU Parkersburg’s accredited programs.

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