Articles by Becca Mason, M.Ed.

Becca Mason, M.Ed. joined Codman Academy in 2014 after spending five years as a lead K1/K2 teacher with Conservatory Lab Charter School, a music-based, expeditionary learning public charter school in Boston. She is also an adjunct professor with Lesley University’s Graduate School of Education, where she teaches early childhood education. Becca is a huge fan of the arts, and incorporates dance, music, drama, storytelling and fine arts into her classroom and private life. She earned her B.A. in political science with a focus in public policy from The George Washington University, and her M.Ed. in early childhood education with a focus in fine arts from Lesley University.

Home Is Where The Heart Is: Thinking About Homeless Children In The Classroom

December 10, 2015

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Home Is Where The Heart Is: Thinking About Homeless Children In The Classroom

This is the final blog post of a series in collaboration with the¬†Lesley University Child Homelessness Initiative (CHI). For more information about the CHI curriculum, and the ways in which it seeks to empower the next generation of teachers and caregivers to understand and advocate for homeless children, visit¬†http://www.lesley.edu/child-homelessness-initiative/. To view the first and second […]