Sunday, April 17: Student Council for the Social Studies Praxis Subject Assessment Study Group (NEW)
Come and help prepare yourself for the social studies portion of the Middle School Content Knowledge Praxis Subject Assessment exam (formerly the Praxis II). We will be discussing study tips, test-taking strategies, and work together on a fun review! Snacks and refreshments provided, bring your friends, questions, and a sharp number two!
228 College of Professional Studies from 2-3 p.m.
Monday, April 18: Parent/Guardian Relationships (NEW)
Join StWEA for some end of the semester fun. Angela Hinz will be joining us to talk about how to create and keep meaningful relationships with parents and guardians. Don't forget about our end of the year raffle.
Monday, April 18 from 5:30-7 p.m. in 321 Collins Classroom Center.
Tuesday, April 19: AEYC Meeting
Thursday, April 21: Math Education Spring Seminar, Teaching with Endurance: Voices from the field on how to pursue excellence for the long haul
Join the Association for the Education of Young Children for their April meeting on April 19 at 5 p.m. The topic is "trauma as a child."
Join us for an evening of sharing thoughts and experiences from math classrooms that will provide insight and information regarding the challenges faced by math educators. We will hear from a collection of math teachers possessing a strong desire to enhance the preparation of pre-service math teachers. Jason Proctor will provide an opening message (that inspires a big picture perspective of the current state of math education and hope for the future). The panel will then share thoughts and answer questions regarding (the challenges faced in secondary math classrooms here in Wisconsin). It is our hope that this powerful message provides guidance for faculty in preparing new teachers and support for students preparing to enter the field. Program begins at 6 p.m. 104 College of Professional Studies.
Tuesday, May 10: AEYC Meeting
Join the Association for the Education of Young Children for their May meeting on May 10 at 5 p.m. The topic will be "yoga and stress relief for the classroom."