Snapshot: President in the Classroom with Teacher Education Students

| February 24, 2012

A former teacher, Stroble discussed the use of multicultural children's literature with Webster Teacher Education students.

Webster University President Beth Stroble began her career in the classroom, and that setting is never far from her mind.

She recently visited School of Education students as a guest speaker in Carol Hoyt’s EDUC 4110: Methods of Teaching Secondary English course. Hoyt is associate professor in Webster’s Department of Teacher Education.

Stroble shared her expertise regarding the use of multicultural children’s literature to support writing instruction. Hoyt said Stroble, a former high school English teacher, discussed many useful strategies for using picture books as a springboard to meaningful secondary writing projects.


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