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2022 MIT Graduates

2022 MIT Graduates

Our Master in Teaching (MIT) degree is an intensive, practitioner-oriented, teacher preparation program. Centered in the school with mentoring, we are preparing the next generation of reflective, effective, and culturally responsive educators. One important dimension of being a professional educator is learning how to read and use educational research. To support this, MIT students conduct a final inquiry project. This project gives each student an opportunity to explore a practice, concept, or issue that they would like to understand more deeply. Grounded in the Washington Teacher Evaluation Framework, each project is situated in each students’ personal experience and was presented to the faculty on June 10, 2022.

Kaylene Albers

Secondary English Language Arts
Using Young Adult Literature in the ELA Classroom

Bailey Burget

Secondary Science
SEL impacts on Academic Success and Motivation

Nathan Daley

Elementary Education
Using Origami to Support Mathematics Instruction

Mystique DeMyers

Secondary History / ELA
Microaggressions in Public Secondary School

Lita Forse

Secondary Mathematics
Mathematical Manipulatives in Secondary Classrooms

Gabrielle Genhart-Stiehler

Elementary Education
Examining the Importance of Homework in Upper Elementary Grades

Marissa Hart

Secondary English Language Arts
Incorporating Young Adult Literature to Promote LGBTQIA+ Inclusivity

Nora Locken

Secondary ELA / History / Social Studies
Project-Based Learning (PBL) in Secondary Education

Madisyn Miller

Elementary Education
Promoting Friendship in the Classroom

Cade Musick

Secondary History
Evidence Based Grading Inquiry

Derek Newhof

Secondary Mathematics
Teaching Culturally Relevant Math

Natalia Petroske

Elementary Education
Engaging Students in STEM Learning

Mallorie Post

Secondary History / Social Studies
Standards Based Assessment in the Middle Grades

Christopher Scheid

Elementary Education
Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) Service Models

Christian Wingle

Elementary Education
Trauma-informed Teaching