Judith Herb College of Education

 

 Inspire curiosity. Instill confidence. Empower the next generation of bright minds. As educators, we embrace our role in shaping lives and communities. That’s why at the Judith Herb College of Education, we’re lifelong learners. We constantly seek new information and explore unexpected perspectives. Discover the possibilities of a career in education with The University of Toledo and see what you’ll learn next.

Questions along the way? Contact the Judith Herb College of Education team at JHCOEAdvising@flauta-doce.net.

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Meet Mitchell Grilliot

'22, Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood Education Grades Pre-K-5

Grilliot said that he learned a great deal about teaching globally and was able to take what he learned into the classroom in Toledo. “From my field experiences, one thing I have learned is that rapport really matters. Students will always remember a teacher they connected with, and they always learn the most from those teachers.”

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Meet Chitranjan Greer-Travis

Earning his Ph.D. in Philosophy of Education

“I recalled my experience at The University of Toledo as a student in the Philosophy M.A. program. I was challenged and nurtured in the program in such a way that I wanted to ‘return to my roots,’ so to speak. In my quest to follow my dreams and live a bit more authentically, I gave graduate school some thought. Philosophy of Education appealed to me after falling in love with teaching philosophy. I also appreciate the social and political investigations that are investigated.”

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Meet Terri Draper

'22, Bachelor of Education in adolescent and young adult education, Bachelor of Arts in English

“I want to bring Spanish language and literature to classes I teach in the future, so my students are exposed to other cultures and perspectives. I remember learning so much about American and white European literature in school. I think it would be better for students to hear about Latin American, African and other cultures earlier in their education.”

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Meet Alec Finch

'23, Bachelor of Education in Special Education Intervention Specialist

“I decided to combine the two things I enjoy the most. Teaching and making people happier; I feel that in special education, I am able to do those things effectively. ” And now as he approaches graduation, Alec said his journey at UToledo has made him more confident, particularly as a teacher working with younger students.

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Last Updated: 2/12/24