Donna V. Pallanti, M.A., C.A.S.
|Title||Lecturer of English and Education|
|Background||B.A., Albertus Magnus College|
M.A., Trinity College
Sixth Year Certificate, Southern Connecticut State University
CT Teaching certifications currently held: 015 (7-12) English, 092 Intermediate Administration or Supervision
|Office||Weldon Hall, Room 102|
ED 391 Teaching Practicum
I have spent my entire professional life in education, both as a classroom teacher and administrator and now as a teacher and advisor to teacher candidates in the initial teacher preparation program. This life has brought me extraordinary opportunities to support my students as they grow in knowledge about themselves and the world around them. For me, teaching is always a dynamic exchange between me and my students. Robert Frost once said, "I talk in order to understand; I teach in order to learn." Every day, I learn something from my students--something about the world, about life, and about myself. I hope that I, in return, guide them in their discoveries about themselves and their worlds. This open dialogue is the foundation of a liberal arts education.
|Affiliations||Member, National Council of Teachers of English|
Member, Phi Delta Kappa
Member, Association for Curriculum and Curriculum Development