Faculty, students, and alumni of the Art of Teaching graduate program have put together a collection of videos in which they discuss the journeys they have taken on the way to becoming education professionals.
First up, Sara Wilford, director of the Art of Teaching program, sits down with several male students and recent alums. Why just men? The group, in their discussion, seeks to illustrate that there are not enough men in the field of education—especially early childhood and elementary education—as they reflect on their experiences in Art of Teaching and explore issues of curriculum and classroom community.
After the group discussion video, see a series of individual interviews with four women graduates who explore their experiences in Art of Teaching and its impact on their work as classroom teachers and administrators.
Who's Who in the Videos
Cameron Johnson ‘12
Student Teacher, Brooklyn, NY
Robert Jacobson ‘13
Student Teacher, SLC Early Childhood Center
Thuan Le ‘12
Student Teacher, NYC
Ben Sultan ‘11
Teacher, Florida Charter School
Paulo Arango ‘11
Teacher, Manhattan Country School, New York City
Vitaly Umansky ‘12
Student Teacher, New York City
Linda Finn ‘03
Kindergarten Teacher, Westchester, NY
Patricia Virella ‘09
2nd Grade Teacher, Bronx, NY
Cassandra Hyacinthe ‘90
Assistant Principal, Westchester, NY