“I was balancing academics, internships, sports, and social life at Curry, but I did it all. I'm not looking for a pat on the back, but it feels good, and without internships and networking I wouldn't be where I am today.”
Greg Gough '11
Police Officer, Farmington, NH
Major: Criminal Justice
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Undergraduate Education Majors
- Plan thoughtful, appropriate learning experiences that meet group and individual needs aligned with workplace expectations and state / federal / agency frameworks or guidelines.
- Carry out well-developed plans and assess regularly and systematically both individual outcomes and the quality of instruction.
- Establish, manage, and maintain effective learning environments with attention to positive social, emotional, physical and cognitive climates.
- Promote equity through culturally responsive practices and to continually seek to deepen one's knowledge and understanding within a constantly changing society. This includes, but is not limited to, the complexity and interaction of the following: achievement, individual gifts learning situations and content, family structures, race and cultural identity, gender, abilities/disabilities, varied learning styles across varied learning situations and content, socio-economic status, religion, language and linguistic differences.
- Demonstrate professionalism and leadership toward a just society.
- understand his/her legal and moral responsibilities
- advocate for the health and well being of all
- demonstrate reflective practices as a means to grow and to question
- hold a disposition toward critical analysis and evaluation of ever-changing practices, (including technologies), processes, content, and oral forms
- demonstrate the ability to communicate one's ideas clearly in written and oral forms