The SJSU Lurie College of Education has recently launched an Ethnic Studies Teacher Residency program to collaborate with local school districts and create an opportunity for our teacher candidates to gain valuable professional experience and ongoing professional development as they prepare to become Ethnic Studies teachers. Learn about our 2020-2021 cohort of Ethnic Studies Teacher Residency students – Julia Duggs, Jenna Kunz, and Angelica Lopez – as they share their experiences in the residency program and how it has shaped them going forward!
- 0:00 – Meet Julia, Jenna, and Angelica
- 0:56 – When did you know that you wanted to pursue education as a career field?
- 4:02 – How is the Ethnic Studies residency program enabling you to make progress towards your hopes, dreams, and goals?
- 8:03 – Can you share an example or a story of a valuable or transformative experience that you’ve had within the residency program?
- 11:20 – Can you share an example or a story about how you’ve applied your experiences from the residency program outside of the program?
- 14:03 – Which of your professors thus far has impacted you the most? What has made them so impactful?
- 17:52 – How has 2020 shaped your identity, philosophy, and pedagogy as you progress through your academic program and career?
- 22:10 – What’s one piece of advice you have for anyone who is considering the Ethnic Studies residency program?