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Follow These Links to Great Ideas
The COE's Department of Curriculum and Instruction is looking out for you! Here are some links our colleagues believe provide some useful ideas as you get settled into your new profession: More)
It's Time to Meet the Parents
Even the most veteran of teachers can find Parent/Teacher conferences a little uncomfortable, but being prepared will help you make the (More)
#WeAreEdCats Offers Support
Have you checked this out yet? We want to help beginning and early career teachers like you thrive in your career! Check out #WeAreEdCats fo (More)
Just Ahead
Fall is on its way! We'll be looking at some of our favorite (and not-so-favorite) fall traditions: Homecoming Your first teacher evaluation Turning in gr (More)
In the Classroom: Karissa Hammock
Karissa Hammock stands in her new classroom. (Note the appropriate l (More)
The Power of Procedures
You've heard it before, but after a month of teaching, you might want a quick reminder. Here are a few ideas on why procedures can help you have a more effective classroom so you can get to the task of teaching, rather than disciplining. There's plen (More)
We Want to Hear From You!
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 prov (More)
K-State Beef Stocker Field Day scheduled for September 21
The beef cattle outlook, early stocking strategies for optimized marketing and a panel discussion on how cover crops have helped producers improve their ope (More)
Limit-feeding high-energy diets based on fermentable fiber for weaned and newly arrived calves offers numerous advantages
by Dale Blasi, Extension Livestock Specialist, and T.J. Spore   Many producers have used limit- or programmed-feeding in the past with success, especially during periods (More)
Houser Named Extension Meat Specialist
Dr. Terry Houser has recently acquired the role of Extension Meat Specialist in the Department of Animal Sciences and Industry at Kansas State University.  Terr (More)
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