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Celebrating Kindergarten Writers at Wing!

The Wing School Kindergartens hosted a special event for families. The teachers share their thoughts, and some photos from the evening, below. 

A Wonderful Evening… 695 more words

Celebrate SPS!

Perspectives on the role of the CTL at the Community College

By Mara Jevera Fulmer, Ed.D., MFA

As Faculty Director for Mott Community College’s Center for Teaching & Learning, I  had a bit of a learning curve  in order to fully embrace the role the CTL has on our campus. 1,305 more words

Good Reading

Congratulations to the Class of 2015 New Student Affairs Professionals!

The following is the speech I gave at the graduation reception for Western Illinois University’s College Student Personnel program 2015 graduates.  I share it, slightly amended, because I think that it applies to all graduates entering the field of student affairs as new professionals.  1,154 more words

Dr Christopher Cheong- "Understanding one's own learning process"

Dr Christopher Cheong is a senior lecturer in the School of Business IT and Logistics. His research interest involves the application of computational techniques to address issues in various domains, such as business and education. 57 more words

SHS College Acceptances - Congratulations to the Class of 2015!

Students from Sandwich High School, Class of 2015, have been accepted to a wide variety of schools, reflecting their wide range of interests. The Sandwich Public Schools – teachers, administrators and staff from PreK to Grade 12 –  are so proud of each and every SHS graduate and wish them all every success in whichever school they choose! 533 more words

SHS

Language and learning

At my school we have children and staff from all over the world.

Combined together we speak a total of 23 languages including English and Maori. 1,976 more words

Professional Learning

Stay Focused

Hearing your favorite piece of music play is a joy of recognition. The melody is familiar and brings back good memories. The sound is detected almost instantly. 474 more words

Teaching Methods