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A Teacher And A Role Model

SUNY Fredonia Student Teaches At Love Elementary Despite Visual Impairment

June 1, 2013
By April Diodato (editorial@post-journal.com) , The Post-Journal

On Lisa Roszyk's last day teaching at the Samuel G. Love Elementary School in Jamestown, both childish exuberance and wistfulness permeated the classroom. Wendy Lindstrom's fourth-graders would be sad to see their teacher, and her canine companion "Marshmallow," depart at the end of the period. Roszyk, a sophomore childhood inclusive education major, appeared contemplative as she spent time engrossed in conversations with her students. Her early field experience, which started in February, was concluding just before the final days of SUNY Fredonia's spring semester. Two of the children brought gifts for Marshmallow, a small purebred labrador retriever, to help wish Roszyk and her service dog well.

 
 

 

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