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Bridgeport SHU

 

 

TSTT Regional Program Manager and TSTT College Partner, Dr. James Carl, Dean of the Sacred Heart University(SHU) School of Education planned a very informative experience for TSTT’s future educators.

 

On October 24th, 2013 SHU hosted the Bridgeport Today’s Students Tomorrow’s Teachers 7th Annual Technology in Teaching Conference for 44 TSTT high school juniors and seniors. The students participated in three one-hour sessions, and ended their day after lunch with a campus tour. The three technology sessions were led by SHU faculty members and SHU President Mike Giarratano (pictured here). Rob Gilmore, Director of Admissions spoke to the students about requirements for attending SHU and the great reputation of their education programs. The SHU Education Club volunteers assisted with the day’s events.

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Region: Bridgeport


Program Staff:

Shamare G. Holmes, Regional Program Manager

 

 


Participating Schools:

Bridgeport
Bassick High School
Bridgeport
Central High School
Bridgeport
Fairchild Wheeler High School
Bridgeport
Harding High School
Deep River
John Winthrop Middle School

 


For More Information Contact:  

Shamare G. Holmes
Regional Program Manager
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(203) 275-1543

                                                

 

 

 

 

 

 

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We serve over 800 students in 40 high school districts and 21 partnering colleges & universities. Operating in four states: New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Virginia, there are 150 TSTT college graduates who have completed the eight year curriculum and are currently teaching in 9 states.