April 21: Principal Panel
StWEA is hosting a Principal Panel from 7-8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 21 in 317 College of Professional Studies. Principals will share vital information on how their schools assist students with exceptional needs in and outside of the general education classroom.
All students are welcome to attend. Registration is not required. Cupcakes will be served.
April 27: Safe Zone Training Workshop and SCEC Elections
The Student Council for Exceptional Children proudly brings you the Safe Zone Training Workshop at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 27 in 230 College of Professional Studies.
This is a very important and wonderful opportunity. Information will be shared that will better inform you how to help and support GLBT individuals on our campus. The information you gain from this workshop will also transfer to your future careers.
SCEC will be holding their officer elections after the Safe Zone Workshop.
If you are interested in becoming an officer of SCEC, please attend the Safe Zone Workshop and stay after for the election.
May 2: Wisconsin Project Learning Tree Early Childhood Workshop
Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education
UW-Stevens Point, TNR Building Room 110
Contact Kendra Liddicoat at firstname.lastname@example.org, (715) 346-2028 to register.
Costs only $5.00 due to a grant from the Wisconsin Environmental Education Board (WEEB).
Foster a sense of wonder in young children through the Wisconsin Project Learning Tree (PLT) Early Childhood Activity Guide and Music & Movement CD-ROM. New in 2003, these interactive environmental education materials invite young children to become nature detectives, dance with a tree, and take a simulated walk through a forest as they experience the simple joys of discovery. Designed for all early childhood educators, the hands-on activities address different learning styles while integrating nature exploration, literature, art, music and movement, assessment opportunities, and a suggested snack into 30 learning experiences.
As a workshop participant you will experience the activities; learn how to easily add music and movement into your curriculum; and receive the activity guide, music and movement CD-ROM, posters, and related resource materials. Join in the fun!