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Kyle Kinoshita, a faculty member in the Leadership Development for Educators (LEDE) program, illustrates the power of a story by telling about his mother who was among the Japanese Americans incarcerated during World War II.
An Educational Studies class took the marshmallow challenge and learned how they can teach their own pupils to transfer a problem-solving strategy to a slightly different situation.
The first in her immediate family to earn a four-year degree, Samantha Penjaraenwatana, found support at UW Bothell and has become a mentor herself.
With a Gilman scholarship, Heather Brekhus studied abroad in India where she learned about business relationships and lessons about herself that the Educational Studies major can apply when she becomes a teacher.
A Master of Education degree from the University of Washington Bothell helped guide Dr. David Rainey’s career in academic medicine and led to a position as an assistant program director in Harvard’s School of Public Health.
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