Category Archives: Education in Chicago

Stone ’13 Enjoys Interaction With Students

Zach Stone ’13 – Thursday was an excellent day for the Urban Education Immersion group. We have definitely hit our stride. By now all of us have taught at least one lesson to students, and many of us have built … Continue reading

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Direnfeld ’13 Learns About Himself in Classroom

David Direnfeld ’13, May 10 -  Today was a big step in my young teaching career, I taught two full classes by myself. On top of that it was in a fairly unfamiliar school with a group of students who … Continue reading

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Transition to Teach’s Pitchford In Classroom Too

Gary Pitchford – Benito Juarez High School is the Pride of Pilsen, a predominately Hispanic area of Southwest Chicago.  The school seems to be the community.  In fact, the bond between the school and the community is different than any … Continue reading

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