Western Washington University Woodring College of Education student Mahfuza Sobitova in 2013. She planned to graduate with a general science and secondary education degree and teach science at home in Tajikistan. Teacher education programs at Woodring work with nearby school systems, hosting coursework and practicum experiences in real schools so that teachers-in-training are getting more robust time working elbow-to-elbow with practicing teachers in their classrooms earlier in the teacher education process.
Western Washington University Woodring College of Education student Mahfuza Sobitova in 2013. She planned to graduate with a general science and secondary education degree and teach science at home in Tajikistan. Teacher education programs at Woodring work with nearby school systems, hosting coursework and practicum experiences in real schools so that teachers-in-training are getting more robust time working elbow-to-elbow with practicing teachers in their classrooms earlier in the teacher education process. Staff The Bellingham Herald
Western Washington University Woodring College of Education student Mahfuza Sobitova in 2013. She planned to graduate with a general science and secondary education degree and teach science at home in Tajikistan. Teacher education programs at Woodring work with nearby school systems, hosting coursework and practicum experiences in real schools so that teachers-in-training are getting more robust time working elbow-to-elbow with practicing teachers in their classrooms earlier in the teacher education process. Staff The Bellingham Herald

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