Spring 2010 Activities
INTERNS at The Pennsylvania Educational Technology Expo
Capitol and Holocaust Trip
The roads may be confusing, and the Capitol may be strict, but
at the end of the day on March 24, 2010 I feel like I made
history once again in the city of our capitol with
six other people. The field trip to DC was one that I
will never forget. Even if things couldn’t go our way or how we
had planned things to go it still became a worthwhile trip. I
learned many things about the Capitol and
The first place we visited was the Capitol… I thought back to teaching a lesson on the branches of government to a second grade classroom and taking my Praxis II tests and the different questions I had about government and citizenship. All of my thoughts ran together as I tried to take in how everything is what it is today because of what takes place behind the walls of the capitol.
Next we had an opportunity to go to the House of the Senate.
There I was able to watch a Senator from
After the Senate, we went to the
I learned a lot of valuable information that will stay with me for many years. I learned information that I will teach to my students and information that I will pass on to others. The trip was an eye-opener for me because I was looking through the eyes of a special education and elementary education teacher and student. I found the information I learned to be much more profound and it was a great filed trip.
Eight LHUP students and ONE
faculty member for the first time
participated in the Autism Speaks- 5th Annual 5K Race/3K Walk on
April 10, 2010,
Last Updated: September 28, 2010