Beyond the Classroom
College Awareness Day
In early 2016, the Ayers Ryal Side Elementary School in Beverly did a college awareness day during which all of the teachers wore clothing from the college they attended. A bar graph on the hallway bulletin board made it clear that Endicott College was the most represented college in the school! Currently, the Ayers community includes 11 staff members who either attended undergrad or graduate programs at Endicott. Ayers students also wore clothing from their favorite college as part of the day's focus was to help them become excited about a college education. Many expressed interest in Endicott. Pictured in the photo are (from front left to back): Erin North '06, Lauren Oxford (Seabrook) '11 , Meaghan Hart '04, Samantha Bolduc '15 , Ann Poeske (Masters '11), Katelyn Appt '13, Bianca Cotter '13 and Masters '14, Sarah Person '14 and Masters '15. Missing from the photo are Endicott graduates Ashley Trowt (Labella) '07 , Barb Amiro (Masters '93), and Dianne Moffett (Masters '99).
National Science Teachers Association Student Chapter
The National Science Teachers Association is the largest organization in the world committed to promoting excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all. NSTA's current membership of over 60,000 includes science teachers, science supervisors, administrators, scientists, business and industry representatives, and others involved in and committed to science education. The Endicott College Student Chapter of NSTA is open to a variety of majors whose goal is to promote excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all. The Endicott chapter of NSTA hosts a variety of events including: Science Nights at local elementary schools, various after school programs, museum trips, and on-campus events for the Endicott community and the larger local community.
For more information, please contact NSTA student chapter faculty advisor Mary Hatton email@example.com.
Education Club: Future Educators of the World (FEW)
The Education Club, Future Educators of the World, provides opportunities for Education students to enrich their lives and the lives of others through peer support and mentoring, community service, field trips to local museums and historical societies, as well as events for children and their families.
Valentine Card Making Party
organized by FEW
For more information please contact the faculty advisor, Lynne Stasiak at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Autism Awareness Organization
The Autism Awareness Organization is open to all undergraduate students who are interested in learning more about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and actively help the Endicott community understand the available “evidence based practices” established to treat this disorder. The organization's main purpose is to raise awareness of ASD, working to educate the student body, faculty and staff on what ASD is and how everyone can help support individuals on the spectrum. The Autism Awareness Organization has become a vital asset to the Endicott College Community because, it raises awareness of the Applied Behavior Analysis program offered at the college, provides all students with the opportunity to expand their knowledge of Autism, as well as reaching out to the local North Shore Community in order make a lasting impact in this field.
Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society
Education students who excel academically are invited to be members of Kappa Delta Pi honor society. Students admitted to these education Honors Societies are actively engaged in coordinating special events for the academic enrichment of the society's members, as well as service to the community.
For more information, please contact faculty advisors: Sara Quay at email@example.com or Anthony Pastelis at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society
Service Learning Opportunities
Education faculty and students partner to develop and implement various initiatives in local schools, including in-class tutoring, reading programs and after-school programs in subjects such as science and literacy.
Education students are able to explore the philosophy of the early childhood schools of Reggio Emilia, Italy, which emphasizes the "culture of childhood" and the images and potentials of the young child within that culture. Through college course work, as well as travel to the town of Reggio Emilia, students learn how to facilitate learning experiences that encourage young children to wonder, to investigate and to construct knowledge.
Endicott Education students travel
to Reggio Emilia, Italy