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  1. Study abroad

    Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College organizes study abroad experiences tailored for education majors. These opportunities allow students to expand their skills and knowledge working with diverse groups.  Open to students of all majors. Apply...

  2. Bringing citizenship to the classroom

    ... came to ASU in the fall semester from Texas, is passionate about keeping social studies in the K-12 classroom. “In elementary and ... of citizenship. She found that they teach it as a concept of community rather than a checklist of patriotic acts like voting. ...

  3. “Criminal” past inspires generosity

    ... of a fierce, stereotypical old criminal. The mascot came about after the high school was temporarily housed in the former Yuma ... my roots are and where I learned values, from my family and community, such as the importance of giving back.  “It’s a big city now ...

  4. Confronting racial bias in school discipline

    ... change that. Working with schools to improve outcomes About that time, Carl Hermanns was meeting with one of those leaders from ... Dzanic explained restorative justice for the district community. “It’s an approach and a mindset that values relationships at ...

  5. Sustainability and preschool: the kids are watching you

    ... art projects, in addition to learning new ways of thinking about the world around them. These young students have pretty big ideas about ... potential to impact others in the greater early childhood community.” The Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Preschool has three ...

  6. Using innovation to broaden equity in education

    ... “It was a long time ago and we’re still talking about these issues. Why? To whose advantage is it that there are children who ... other things but commiting their lives to children — the community and I owe you a huge debt." The panelists said that for education ...

  7. Phoenix teacher devotes 33-year career to Title I school

    ... was full of veterans,” Nelda says. “I think there were about 6,500 students in the entire college at the time, and they were mostly ... Featured:  No News Category: Community Sitewide Tags: Students Public ...

  8. Freshmen

    ... admission Choosing a college is a decision that’s about more than the next four years. It's about entering into relationships with peers and teachers. It's about joining a community that will be part of your life — very likely for the rest of your ...

  9. Teaching with technology to make learning more engaging

    ... contacted the district’s director of curriculum to ask about getting more computers. She received a grant, which provided her the ... Featured:  Yes News Category: Community Sitewide Tags: Students Research ...

  10. School lunch: Scholarship recipients sit down with benefactor

    ... truly is an admirable person that I can’t stop talking about,” iTeachAZ student Brooke Cheser said after the event. “He is so full ... Featured:  No News Category: Community Faculty Member:  Mari Koerner ...

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