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MU students discuss family collaboration


February 16. 2013 2:20AM


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The Misericordia University Teacher Education Program, under the direction of Sister Patricia McCann, R.S.M., associate professor, had parents from the campus community address students enrolled in the "Collaborating with Families," course during an hour-long panel discussion that was held recently in Sandy and Marlene Insalaco Hall. Misericordia teacher education students who took part in a question-and-answer session with members of the faculty and staff are, from left, first row, Sarah Richard, Pine Plains, N.Y.; Melissa Smith, Harding; Ashley Blazaskie, Shavertown; and Sister Patricia McCann, R.S.M., associate professor of education. Second row, Ashlee Venn, Centermoreland; Lindsay Sutkowski, Pittston; Vicky Pollock, Tunkhannock ; Sarah Solano, Harding; Amanda Sutton, Kingston; and Kaylene Lessard, Reading. Third row, Bryan Palmaioli, Plains; Jack Stang, Dover, Del.; Kristen Iaconetti, Jefferson, N.J.; and Amy Spess, Shavertown.




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