If you’re considering a major in education, you already know there’s a whole lot more to learning to teach than making bulletin boards and coloring. The first step is deciding which education track you want to be on. The education program is broken down into three areas based on grade level. Early childhood education covers […]
So you’re thinking about being a teacher? Not sure yet? No worries. Gannon offers a great way for high school students to get a glimpse inside life as an education major. It’s called Education Day, and it’s a week from today. Education Day is your chance to get a first-hand look at everything our programs in education have to offer. Get […]
Gannon is marking National Catholic Colleges Week with plenty of events, including a presentation called “Sharing the Journey.” The presentation, scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Monday, features Edge staffer Kelly Miele, senior English/secondary education major, discussing her spiritual development at GU. Get the complete schedule of Gannon’s National Catholic Colleges Week here.
Learning to Teach: Inside the School of Education is a new blog by David Reichard, a junior elementary and special education major from Greenville, PA. David will share his experiences studying to be a teacher and stepping into the classroom as he prepares for his future. You can reach David at email@example.com. Hi! Welcome to […]
Remember those brothers or sisters from home that used to annoy you, read your diary and open your bedroom door when you wanted to be by yourself? Well, sometimes being at college can make you miss even the most annoying of siblings. Don’t worry, there’s a remedy.
Mitch Meighen, a junior English/secondary education major, has perfected the three-way balance between academics, sports and co-curricular activities. Meighen began swimming at Gannon University during his freshman year, after swimming throughout high school for Bethel Park Senior High School. During his freshman and sophomore years, Meighen competed in the men’s 200 and 500 free, men’s […]