Educators’ Road Map to Graduate Studies

Friday is here! Cheers to the weekend, everyone! I hope you’ve all had a marvelous week.
 
Page ten in our most recent issue features some excellent tips for graduate studies for educators. Be sure to check it out!
 
Our most recent issue is now available in K-12 schools throughout the state, as well as online at http://www.teachingtodaymn.com/TTMNWinter2017.html
 
Have a WONDERFUL weekend readers! See you Monday!
Advertisements

Out of this World

Good morning everyone! Where has January gone? We’re already a month into 2017. That’s amazing. I hope your Monday is going wonderfully so far and continues to do so.

Space exploration is an absolutely enthralling field of study, and students from Wayzata’s Blake School’s Highcroft campus had a fantastic opportunity to speak with Nasa’s now-retired astronaut twins, Mark and Scott Kelly. Read about the students’ experience on page five in our most recent issue!

Hard copies have been distributed to K-12 schools throughout the state, and please also catch the latest issue online at http://www.teachingtodaymn.com/TTMNWinter2017.html

Have a magnificent rest of your Monday!

TTMN’s Latest Issue Now Here!

Greetings and happy Friday, readers! I hope everyone had a smooth, productive, enjoyable week as we head into the fabulous weekend.
 
The latest issue of Teaching Today – Minnesota is HERE and being distributed to K-12 schools across the state! The live version is also available online at http://www.teachingtodaymn.com/TTMNJan2017.html
 
In this issue we’re proud to feature articles such as St. Cloud School District 742’s new Language Immersion Program for kindergarten students, or Mckinley’s wonderful fourth graders of the Anoka-Hennepin School District making fleece blankets for cancer patients (both articles seen on cover page). Check these out and many more!
 
Have a marvelous weekend and we’ll see you Monday, everyone!

Dr. Curt Tryggestad Named the 2017 Superintendent of the Year

Good afternoon, everyone! I hope your week is going well so far as we see the first month of 2017 almost coming to an end here. Isn’t that crazy? Time sure does fly.

Recently, Eden Prairie Schools Superintendent, Dr. Curt Tryggestad has been named the 2017 Minnesota Superintendent of the Year by the Minnesota Association of School Administrators (MASA). Congratulations, Dr. Tryggestad! Read about his accomplishments on page 16 in our most recent issue, available in K-12 schools throughout the state, or online at http://www.teachingtodaymn.com/TTMNWinter2016.html

Stay tuned for more updates from us here at Teaching Today and have yourself a wonderful rest of your day!

Student Contests and More

Hello and happy Monday to you all! I hope your weekend was absolutely fantastic and full of positivity.
 
In each issue not only do we try to promote numerous grants and the like available to educators, but also contests and grants for students as well. Page five in our most recent issue features some excellent options for students, such as essay contests and other scholarship opportunities. Check them out here, in our hard copies distributed throughout the state, or online at http://www.teachingtodaymn.com/TTMNWinter2016.html
 
Have a wonderful rest of your Monday and catch us next time!

Tiger Build – A Hands-On Learning Approach

Happy Monday readers! I hope you all had an excellent weekend and that your week continues to be just as excellent.
 
19 juniors and seniors of the St. Cloud Area School District, involved in the Tiger Build program, a collaboration between Tech High School and Central Minnesota’s Habitat for Humanity, have been hard at work constructing a six-bedroom family home for a family in need. Read about their accomplishments on page 14 of our latest issue!
 
If you can’t get your hands on a hard copy, available in K-12 school districts throughout the state, be sure to catch us online at http://www.teachingtodaymn.com.
 
Have an absolutely splendid day all!

​Happy Friday readers! Winter has finally reared its head at us here up north, bringing plenty of snow and also plenty of cold. I hope everyone is having a safe and enjoyable winter so far!
The Edina school district has been hard at work with their new construction projects. Check out page 12 in our latest issue to learn more!
December 2016’s issue is available in K-12 schools across the state as well as online at http://www.teachingtodaymn.com/TTMNDec2016.html


Have a wonderful weekend everyone!