This is the last class, but first, let’s take a selfie!

One of my fall semester courses met for the last time tonight: bittersweet. I loved EVERYTHING about this class. The assignments were FUN to write, and the readings were always engaging. BUT–the professor and my classmates–priceless! The culture of this class was one of exploration and taking risks in thinking; folks could share a nascent thought or raise a question.

Before we all got up to leave for the last time, we had a few moments of reflection, followed, of course, by a class selfie. HASHTAGwinning.

H821 Literacy Coaching, on the last night of class. Front and center: Professor Lisa Messina (aka selfie-taker)!

H821 Literacy Coaching, on the last night of class. Front and center: Professor Lisa Messina (aka selfie-taker)!

 

Joshua Jenkins is an master’s candidate in the Language and Literacy strand, pursuing licensure as a reading specialist. Josh was a special educator and reading interventionist in New Orleans and is interested in the research on reading disabilities and what all grown-ups can do to help bolster reading development for all children. 

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