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Student Experience: Q&A with Teacher Candidate Xheni Mucelli

Name
Xheni Mucelli

Where are you from?
Boston

What is your favorite thing to do in Boston/Cambridge?
Go for runs and walks!

What is your science or math background?
Biology major at UMass Boston, worked in a research lab during my time there for my senior honors thesis.

Why did you choose the WW Graduate School?
The individualized aspect. I felt the Graduate School was a school where I could learn how to become the teacher I want to be without leaving anything out.

What has been the best part about your time at the WW Graduate School so far?
Being able to explore learning in all sorts of settings.

What has been the most challenging thing and how are you working/have worked to overcome it?
Balancing work, life, and all of the opportunities that the Graduate School can offer.

What do you hope to do after you complete your M.Ed. at the WW Graduate School?
Teach high school general biology as well as a cell biology (research focused) elective that I hope to design.

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Admission deadlines: Dec. 6, 2019 | March 2, 2020

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