​School of Education Weekly Newsletter

Week of Sept. 29, 2014

Welcome to week 5 of the semester. 
Students who applied to the Professional Education Program this semester:
  • ​Please watch your email carefully as your admission or denial letters will be sent via email.  

  • Early Childhood, Elementary and Special Education majors should receive letters regarding admission by Friday, October 3 at the latest.

  • Secondary and K-12 majors should receive letters regarding their admission by 4 p.m. on Friday, October 17 at the latest.  If we receive information from programs prior to October 17, we will send notice out earlier. As a result, not everyone will be notified on the same day.  
First-Year students:
  • You have been invited via email to complete the MAP-Works Survey, found in your MyPoint account. We ask that you take the time to fill out the survey so we can better serve your needs as a UW-Stevens Point student. The deadline to complete the initial survey is October 7.
Have a great week!

Maggie Beeber and John Gaffney

  • John Gaffney's Open Advising
  • Maggie Beeber's Open Advising
  • Appointment Directions 

  • Study Abroad Fair - Oct. 1 (New)

  • Teaching English in Japan Info meeting - Oct. 13 (NEW)

  • Point in Common Series - Oct. 13

  • Teaching English in Japan Info meeting - Nov. 18 (NEW)​


  • Professional Education Application Deadlines (updated)
  • Waiver Application Deadlines  (updated)

  • Kappa Delta Pi Applications (NEW) 

  • edTPA Workshops for Spring 2015 student teachers 

  • Praxis II Changes

  • Future summer/winter education courses 

  • Pre-Professional Interview Options 
  • Praxis Core - Test Information 
  • Praxis II/ACTFL - Test Information
  • Praxis II Study Group for ECE, Elementary & Special Ed majors & minors  
  • Professional Competency Program 
  • Praxis II Flashcards for ECE, Elementary & Special Ed majors & minors 
  • Praxis II Online Preparation available for ECE, Elementary, Special Education majors/minors and Secondary English, Math, Science, and Social Science
  • Foundations of Reading Test for Wisconsin Workshop