The Story Behind the Logo
As time went on, I began to pursue my master’s degree in education.
Here’s a little excerpt if you’re interested!
done and we were ready to put forth the effort it required to improve ourselves
as educators. We have learned the history of American education. We have examined education through a global
lens and through a Biblical lens. We have studied and debated educational
philosophies and developed our own. We have deciphered lesson models, and we
have practiced effective integration of technology into our classroom. We have written project proposals and conducted
many presentations. We have studied the
current issues and trends in education. We
have researched and applied the best professional practices. We have debated and collaborated, swapped
ideas and shared stories. All of these actions have contributed into molding us
as education leaders, and although our program has ended, our original
mentality must remain. If there is one thing we
learned from this program, it is that we can always improve, we can always
progress, and we can always grow more.
The attitude of true leaders and true educators is driven by the belief that it
is always possible to learn more and do better. If we continue with this
attitude, not only will it benefit us, it will benefit our colleagues, our
students, and education as whole. While
we have the right to feel accomplished tonight, and definitely have a reason to
celebrate, this is not the end.