Teachers College alum uses ASU in 6th-grade classroom

Shannon Woodard (foreground) is using ASU facts and figures, mascot Sparky, the university fight song and more to teach lessons to her sixth-graders at Palomino Intermediate.

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This is cool, using ASU and Sparky in a sixth-grade classroom to help students improve and stay engaged over the course of lessons, assignments and activities.

It’s the brainchild of Shannon Woodard, a 2007 graduate of the College of Teacher Education and Leadership, now the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.  Woodard is a sixth grade teacher at Palomino Intermediate School in Paradise Valley and is bringing her alma mater into the classroom as a learning tool.  From posters to the fight song, and from Sparky to wardrobe, Woodard’s class of 34 students is going Maroon and Gold as they focus on their studies and the importance of a college education — at ASU, of course!

Read all about it here.

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College of Teacher Ed program honored for positive impact on K-12 education in the Valley

Our congrats go out to the College of Teacher Education and Leadership; the college recently won a coveted ASU President’s Medal for Soicial Embeddedness for its Building Educator Support Teams (BEST) initiative.

The program was honored for its positive impact on K-12 education in the Valley, across the state of Arizona and even around the country.  BEST offers multiple forms of support through university/district partnerships to induct new teachers into the profession, enhance their teaching skills and practice, provide ongoing professional development for career teachers, train mentors and instructional coaches, and provide shared leadership models for systemic support across educational communities.

For complete details and a look at the BEST team members honored on April 21, click here.

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April 14: Polytechnic Campus Presentation Line Up

Presentation descriptions coming soon! Please check back next week.

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April 21: West Campus Dialogue Presentation Line Up

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April 23: “Ignite Phoenix @ ASU” Tempe Campus Dialogue Presentation Line Up

Presentation descriptions coming soon! Please check back next week.

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Gala, Bidding & After Party! – Ceram-A-Rama for ASU Art Museum Ceramics Research Center

Ceram-A-Rama ceramics gala is this
weekend
and we look forward to having you join us!

Remember, you can place absentee bids on these great works.

The success of this event keeps the ASU Art Museum Ceramics Research Center on the leading edge of research, exhibitions, publishing, and education while supporting emerging and established artists in the field.

27 live auction works featuring artists Kurt Weiser, Ralph Bacerra, Richard Cleaver, Jun Kaneko, Rose Cabat, Takashi Hinoda, Jack Earl, Toshiko Takaezu, Wanxin Zhang, Kate MacDowell among others.

http://musceramicsgala2010.asu.edu/live_auction

140 silent auction works

http://musceramicsgala2010.asu.edu/silent_auction

Absentee bid forms can be found on the auction pages.

For auction tickets or tickets for the W Hotel Scottsdale after party, visit the website to download the reservation form. Guest of honor for the weekend event is internationally renowned artist Jun Kaneko.

http://asuartmuseum.asu.edu/ceramarama

We look forward to having you join us!

Arizona State University Art Museum
Mill Avenue @ 10th Street
Tempe, AZ 85287-2911
t. 480.965.2787
f. 480.965.5254
e. asuartmuseum@asu.edu
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For ASU summer camp coordinators: Important health services forms!

The following forms are required for treatment of Summer Program participants at Campus Health:

  • ASU Immunization Requirement – Anyone coming onto the ASU Campus to attend a Summer Program is required to show proof of two MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella) immunizations.
  • ASU Summer Program Health History – to be completed by parents of participants age 17th and younger
  • Consent – Parental Form – this form give us parental consent to treat a minor (17 and under)
  • Consent – HIPPA – Finance Auth – HIPPA privacy form to be completed by parent of minor.
  • Patient Insurance Registration form – Medical insurance information form, a copy of the front and back of the insurance card must be attached to this form.

Please note:  Participant information needs to be submitted in alphabetical order preferably in a binder, with an index list of the participants on the top.

To request these forms or if you have any questions, please contact:

Gloria A. Ford
Supervisor, Medical Office Specialists

ASU Campus Health Service
P O Box 872104
Tempe, AZ 85287-2104
480-965-4001
480-965-6531

And don’t forget to add your ASU summer program or camp to ASU’s 2010 Summer Program List!

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Join ASU Nursing at the 2010 March for Babies

The ASU College of Nursing & Healthcare Innovation nurse managed health centers provide family planning and preconception care to underserved women. Our team is walking in March for Babies on April 17 because we want to support the March of Dimes efforts to improve the health of women and babies. I know you care, too. That’s why I’m asking you to join us. It’s easy: just visit our ASU_Nursing team page at http://www.marchforbabies.org/team/t1373586.

If you can’t walk with us, please help by donating to our team on our team page. Thank you for helping us give all babies a healthy start!

The mission of March of Dimes is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.


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Are you hosting an ASU summer program or camp?

Are you hosting an ASU summer program or camp?

If so, we need your information for the annual ASU Community Connect summer programs and camps list! In addition to publishing a summer program list at http://community.asu.edu/summer, we share this information with the Arizona Republic and azcentral.com for publication in their Arizona Summer Camps section each spring.

Adding or updating your summer program or camp is easy!

  • To update last year’s info, check out the 2009 list at http://community.asu.edu/summer and copy/paste your updated info and e-mail to asucommunity@asu.edu
  • If you want your information published with Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, submit your information by 5pm on Monday, February 15!

Important note: Campus Health Services needs your summer program participants to fill out important forms if they requiure health services while on campus. Please click here for more information.

Please forward this e-mail to other summer program or camp coordinators. Help us put together a comprehensive list of ASU’s summer activities and we’ll help you publicize your programs!

Thank you,

ASU Community Connect
http://community.asu.edu
http://twitter.com/asucommunity
asucommunity@asu.edu

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Become a Fan of ASU Community Connect on Facebook to Get Updates on Events, Programs, etc.

We created a new Facebook Fan Page for ASU Community Connect! We have linked our ASU Community Exchange Bulletin Board (http://community.asu.edu/exchange) to our Twitter account (@asucommunity) and our Facebook page so you can stay updated on ASU and community events, programs, resources news, etc. Click below to connect to our Facebook page.

ASU Community Connect

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