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Professor Elizabeth De Giorgio's web site        

    student academic advisor, 

 Counselor of Kappa Delta Pi

advisor future teachers club

Liberal Arts Division/ Education and Psychology

office:Liberal Arts 122         

email: degiorge@mccc.edu   (609) 586-4800

 


                                                        

                                                 

EDU210/211

Organizers/Assignments

PSY  206

EDU 109

EDU 102

PSY201

SPRING 2008 PSY206 online

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

» Certification Requirements for 50 states

 

APA GUIDELINES

 

 

 

My Favorite things

 

edpsy

 

 

Caring Makes a Difference
(13.1 MB, PDF)

Holocaust Curriculum NJDOE K-4

 

 

education philosophy EDU109

 

Familiesedu120

TechnologyEDU120

 

Elie Wiesel

 

THE PYRAMID MODEL

                                                       Schedule:Fall 12

Class Time Room # DAY office hours
PSY201 2:50-4:05 PM   TR T 4 to 7:00 pm
EDU109 1:25-2:40   TR WR - 4:00 to 5:30
PSY206 on line     RF- ONLINE
         
EDU 102 5:40 -8:10pm   W  

                                                                                                                                                                                               

        INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES ABOUT TEACHING                                      

  

Kappa Delta Pi- The Education Honor Society

Alpha Gamma Tau Chapter- Mercer County Community College

Kappa Delta Pi - National WWW site           

KAPPA DELTA PI APPLICATION -

KAPPA DELTA PI VIDEO

http://stu.wccnet.edu/~kdp/files/kdp.mp4

NJEA   New Jersey Education association          

 

Core curriculum content standards New Jersey                           

The Heart of a Teacher
Identity and Integrity in Teaching
by Parker J. Palmer

We Teach Who We Are

I am a teacher at heart, and there are moments in the classroom when I can hardly hold the joy. When my students and I discover uncharted territory to explore, when the pathway out of a thicket opens up before us, when our experience is illumined by the lightning-life of the mind--then teaching is the finest work I know.

But at other moments, the classroom is so lifeless or painful or confused--and I am so powerless to do anything about it that my claim to be a teacher seems a transparent sham. Then the enemy is everywhere: in those students from some alien planet, in that subject I thought I knew, and in the personal pathology that keeps me earning my living this way. What a fool I was to imagine that I had mastered this occult art--harder to divine than tea leaves and impossible for mortals to do even passably well!

 

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