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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.

Over thirty education students and four faculty members attended the Teachers of Tomorrow (TOT) “Make-and-Take” event on February 24....Click here to read more.

Each year, Stevenson University interns implement a service-learning project in their Professional Development School that  benefits their school community. This year, interns Rachel Baier, Lacey Esposito, Drew Krimmel, Katie Madigan, and Lisa Markley partnered with the Parent Involvement Action Team at Perry Hall Elementary School to host the first-ever Multicultural Night....Click here to read more.

Teachers of Tomorrow (TOT) hosted a Thanksgiving feast in November and a Holiday Celebration in December for all education majors....Click here to read more.

Melissa Pinkney (School of Education Class of 2015), a second-year teacher in Anne Arundel County Public Schools, was featured in the Greenbelt News Review for her use of real-life situations in teaching first graders at Magnolia Elementary School.

You can read Melissa's story (beginning on page 1) by clicking the link below:

http://greenbeltnewsreview.com/issues/GNR20161117.pdf

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