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CASE Institutes: Science-based curriculum and training
The Case Institutes provide teachers with curriculum and training for rigorous STEM education. (P (More)
Looking Ahead
No need to check the weather outside! Spring is on its way! And we\'re going to get you ready for it! Be sure to read next month\'s newsletter for: Assessments – The (More)
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Do you have a question about classroom procedures? Or a suggestion for a topic we should address in Before the Bell? Want to add your name to our mailing list? Or pr (More)
Teaming Up
Some of your former secondary professors provided suggestions on content areas that would connect well with their content areas. Here\'s what they h (More)
In the Classroom
Skyler ManningSheridan Elementary SchoolUSD 475\"I love working for USD 475! The professional development (More)
Some of Our Silly First-year Mistakes
We asked your former professors: What’s one of the funniest/silliest mistakes you made as a first-year teacher? Dr. Sherri Martinie (Secondary Math) –  (More)
Working Your Way Through the Wall
In most teacher circles, it’s called The Wall. It’s the month of February, and for new teachers, it can be especially challenging. Throughout t (More)
Assessment Basics
It\'s nearly time for assessments, so we\'re offering some tips to help you make the most of it! Let your students\' parents know about t (More)
Scholarships
Feb. 15 - Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grant Feb. 20 - College of Arts & Science (More)
May & August ArtSci Graduates
Congratulations! It’s that time. Spring 2015 commencement for the College of Arts & Sciences is Saturday, May 16 at 8:30 a.m. at Bramlage Coliseum. We strongly encourage all our graduating seniors to participate in the commencement ceremony, h (More)
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