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Chloe Burton ’18

类年: 2018(BA),2019(垫)
家乡: 布鲁克林,纽约
重大的: 言论和媒体研究,基本的教学(老师桥梁课程)
课外活动: 链接(在朝鲜自由)
海外留学: 锡耶纳,意大利

What three words would you use to describe L&C?

欢迎,鼓励,创造性

什么是你最喜欢的课这么远?它是如何扩大你的知识?

My favorite class at Lewis & Clark has to be Education in a Complex World with Professor Jennifer de Saxe. This class opened my eyes to the education system in the United States and gave me a basic understanding of different education systems and methods around the world. There was a service-learning component where we spent an hour a week observing and working with a classroom of students. This was my favorite part of the class because I was able to see the themes we had learned and connect it to real-life experiences with my students, myself, and the teacher I worked with. I loved my service-learning so much that I continued with it through the next semester. The activities and material were amazing, and Professor de Saxe was such an inspiration. She made me excited for class and for the future of education. She was incredibly supportive, and made an effort to connect lessons to things that were happening in our lives; it was fresh and new. This class helped me decide that I want to become an educator.

“我从连接到类实际生活经验的主题与我的学生,我和我的老师。活动和材料是惊人的。”
What made you want to come to Lewis & Clark?

I decided to come to Lewis & Clark because of its proximity to a big city and the small, intimate, and discussion-based classes. I was raised in 布鲁克林,纽约, where I loved being in a large city, but I knew I wanted to be on a beautiful campus. Lewis & Clark has a small, green, and gorgeous environment but it is also incredibly close to downtown 波特兰. I also wanted to go to a college where I could get to know my professors and peers. I went to a small high school so not only was I used to small classes, but I work and learn at my best in them. I like hearing what others have to say and adding some of my own ideas. It’s inclusive and creative. The largest class I’ve been in at Lewis & Clark was around 30 students. My professor knew everyone’s name and I never felt forgotten or invisible.

你是怎么听说老师途径?是什么吸引你的程序,以及它如何满足您的期望?

I heard about Teacher Pathways while I was applying to colleges. I looked into the education programs and majors at each college I applied to and found that Teacher Pathways was very intriguing. I had a feeling that I wanted to major in education but I wasn’t 100 percent sure. Lewis & Clark doesn’t have an education major, but I did some research and the Teacher Pathways Program is a really great and open program. It isn’t limiting—I can choose whatever major I want, participate in service hours with a school, and take a few education courses to give me a taste of what the graduate program will be like. I also have the option to change my mind in case I find something I like more. I love the idea of receiving my teaching license and my master’s degree in one year, which means I can begin my career sooner. Teacher Pathways is not only inspiring me as a future educator, but it is preparing me for graduate school and the intensive year to come.

什么是校园里你最喜欢的地方?

在校园里我最喜欢的地方是在毕业生校园的巨大草坪。这是伟大的工作有当天气暖和,这是不那么拥挤那里所以我觉得我可以多关注一下。

什么是生活在波特兰你最喜欢什么?

易公共交通和所有美味的食物的。

你是如何决定的重大?

我说过我是在最后一分钟大。我花了一段时间来决定,但我喜欢的言论和媒体的研究,因为它是非常广泛,是我们社会的变化令人难以置信的相关性。所有我所读的书很有趣,我曾在大一些伟大的教授。

What’s your best Lewis & Clark memory so far?

开始我大二。我觉得这样在家里,更加快乐和自信相比,我的第一年。我是生活与亲密的朋友,我知道在我的方式,我用我所有的类兴奋。

你如何应对压力?

管理压力,我通常去散散步,听听音乐,然后去Maggie的得到一个小吃或饮料。这可以是对努力工作的奖励或推我上手。

你有什么建议给未来的学生?

保持开放的心态。如果你不喜欢的东西,给它一些时间。我以为我的传送的第一个学期,但我给它更多的时间,我很高兴我留下来了。它需要一段时间来适应一个新的社区,并且是开放的新经验和人帮我在家里觉得更在这里。

How has Lewis & Clark changed you?

我变得更加冷静和自信的人。以前,我总是担心别人对我的看法或对小错误我犯了。现在我在我的决定更有信心,只要我喜欢,相信自己,那是绰绰有余。