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Prepping for Grad Life at Plattsburgh

So you’re officially a graduate student at SUNY Plattsburgh! Your acceptance letter has been busted open and carefully read (and re-read), your deposit has been paid, and you’re rearing and ready to go. 1,366 more words

Getting To Know Plattsburgh

A student perspective

This was written by graduating student, Kelly Smith.

Good afternoon,

First I would like to congratulate all of the award winners that are here today.  It is a true representation of the hard work and commitment that each of you.r have put into your studies and your work.   1,544 more words

School Of Disability Studies

Calm and Quiet

Think about your classroom expectations. Most, if not all, of us expect our students to be respectful. Think about all that respect entails. It is important to remember that this always begins with us. 109 more words

Teaching

Grateful

Marcel Proust once said, “Let us be GRATEFUL to people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls BLOSSOM.”

What have you done recently to show your students and/or families how grateful you are for working with them? 37 more words

Teaching

Magic

These are the magic years….and therefore magic days…and therefore magic moments.

What are you doing to bring magic into your day to day teaching?  What are you doing to spark a magical moment in your student’s lives?  17 more words

Teaching

Debra Barsha Brings Broadway to ASIJ

Brent Huber (Musical Director), Mariko Yokosuka (Japan Center co-Director) and Kyoko Takano (Japan Center co-Director) share details on a special visit from singer, songwriter, actress, composer and pianist, Debra Barsha. 569 more words

High School

AP Seminar Continues to Grow

Students in AP Seminar doubled in number for the 2015-16 school year,  with thirty students opting to take the class. Although AP Seminar is currently an elective credit, students are beginning to understand the transformative power it has on their learning. 526 more words

High School