Brainstorming with Kevin Moore ’12
May18

Brainstorming with Kevin Moore ’12

At an all-boys Catholic high school two weeks before Christmas, 18 students arrive early to class—a Calculus class, no less. Their teacher: Kevin Moore, a 2012 Immaculata Education alumnus and Math teacher at Malvern Preparatory School since 2014. Watching Moore engage his students, all juniors and seniors, is a pure pleasure. The class begins with a prayer—which, by the end of class, some students need more than others. Drawing...

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Impacting lives one lunch at a time: Linda Leib ’98 M.A., ’14 Ed.D.
Apr28

Impacting lives one lunch at a time: Linda Leib ’98 M.A., ’14 Ed.D.

“We believe that work and effort create success” is the school motto that Principal Linda Leib, Ed.D., created when she arrived at Brandywine-Wallace Elementary School in 2010. “Effort is a big deal here,” Leib states. Every month each teacher submits one name of a student who has shown exceptional effort in the classroom that is not tied to how smart the student is, but based strictly on how much effort he or she has put forth. That...

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Discount on teacher certification courses

Immaculata University’s College of Graduate Studies is offering a 25 percent discount on certain education courses required for a post-baccalaureate initial or add-on instructional certification. Teachers may choose from initial or add-on certifications in PreK-4 instruction or PreK-4 and special education (PreK-8) instruction. Teachers may also earn add-on certification in PreK-8 Special Education. Two courses being offered in fall...

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