October 28: AEYC Meeting (NEW)
The next AEYC meeting is Tuesday October 28 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in 210 College of Professional Studies. Lynelle Martens, a kindergarten teacher, will be talking about tips for the beginning of the school year. AEYC will be providing fresh apples and caramel dip.
October 30: Secondary Education Teacher Panel (NEW)
Barbara Dixson's English Education 396 class will be hosting a teacher panel on October 30 at 5 p.m. in 228 College of Professional Studies. We are inviting a number of different middle and high school teachers from around the state to come and answer your questions, share their experiences working in the field, and offer advice to anyone preparing to enter the professional world. We are inviting not only English teachers, but as many from a range of disciplines as we can, so if you're not in the English program, there's a good chance there will be someone for you to speak to!
November 12: StWEA Annual Seminar (NEW)
Bring questions, bring a smile, and as an added bonus: we will have food available! We look forward to seeing everyone in room 228 of the CPS at 5:00 p.m. on October 30.
Learn about diversity of students from students. Through my Eyes: What is is like to be a diverse student in the schools
is the topic of this year's StWEA seminar. We will be hearing from a few different students about their experiences in schools, followed by a question and answer session. You are invited to eat at our "build your own sandwich bar" featuring bread donated by the Main Grain. The seminar is scheduled for November 12 from 6:30-8 p.m. in 213 Collins Classroom Center. Please RSVP online by November 5
November 17: StWEA Meeting (NEW)
Do you have questions about applying to the Professional Education Program or about taking the Praxis CORE? The next Student Wisconsin Education Association will address these issues. Join us Monday, November 17 from 5:30-6:15 p.m. in 116 College of Professional Studies.
November 18: Teaching English in Japan Informational Meeting
Guy Healy, Japan, a culture-exchange consulting agency based in Nagasaki and Fukuoka, Japan, has invited 15-20 UWSP students to work and live in Japan as part of the USA Summer Camp program. The students from America will stay in Japan for approximately nine weeks. During this period the students will work as camp counselors at USA Camp USA for part of their stay and stay with Japanese host families for part of their stay.
Students who are interested should attend an informational meeting on either October 13 at 4:30 p.m. in 212 Collins Classroom Center or November 18 at 6 p.m. in 104 Collins Classroom Center.