Interns Tori Bruno, Sara Fieg, Michelle Grossman, Loryn McMillan, and Stephanie Twigg hosted an evening of family education and fun as a service-learning project at Carrolltowne Elementary School. ...Click here to read more.
Interns at Sparks Elementary School - Megan Clarke, Jessica Wertz, Colleen Misera, Ariana Merrifield, and Courtney Craig - co-led a Professional Learning Community on Checking for Understanding Strategies. ...Click here to read more.
Katie Heavens, intern at New Town Elementary School, assessed the needs of her fifth grade students and decided a social media club would be a beneficial service-learning project. The purpose of the Social Media club was to discuss proper social media etiquette, as well as the issue of cyber-bullying....Click here to read more.
Teachers of Tomorrow (TOT) participated in an environmental initiative on a chilly Sunday, March 26....Click here to read more.
Five senior interns at Mechanicsville Elementary School in Carroll County recognized different needs of their students and acted upon those needs. Two teams of interns created a “Lunch Bunch” for their students to provide students extra practice during their lunch time once a week. ...Click here to read more.
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