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STEM + C Book Recommendations

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The weather is warming up and that means summer reading list time is coming! Why not add these excellent book recommendations for students in STEM and children and girls in STEM + C  to your reading list? Courtesy of ReigningIt!  There are also a few resources for teachers listed. Please share!

 

 

Transforming Teaching and Learning

Many thanks to talented alum and dedicated St. Paul teacher Dani Imbertson for sharing her experience of learning at St. Catherine University!

Alum: Remember you can use the Refer-a-Katie benefit to pass on a $300 scholarship to a teacher you refer to the program!

Teachers: To learn more, check out options for Graduate Education Courses, Certificates and Degrees–application materials here as well! We offer coursework in STEM, Curriculum and Instruction, Technology Integration, Digital Video, Computational Thinking, Literacy, Assessment Practices, Math and more!

Begin an application by May 1 for Summer Enrollment in a graduate program.

Fall 2018 Registration is Coming-Consider taking ENG 2470: Teaching English as a Second Language

Hey Education Students! Registration for Fall 2018 is fast approaching. Check out this course opportunity offered through the St. Kate’s English Department. This is a tremendous opportunity to gain experience in teaching ESL.

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Discount Code!

We are thrilled to announce that Girls Who Code is offering St. Kate’s affiliated youth a discount to attend the two week summer campus programs to girls 10-18 years old this summer in three Twin Cities locations.

Full scholarships are available. Also: If applicants use the promo code STKATES prior to April 30 you can have a $200 discount on the costs.

In addition to considering these for your own child, could you help us get the word out?

We are so happy Girls Who Code has chosen to bring their proven curriculum to Minnesota. The campus programs are a real investment in any young woman’s future. As evidence: Many of the corporations that have helped to fund Girls Who Code have also agreed to prioritize internships to young women who have completed one of the Girls Who Code programs! *(You can see the companies we are talking about listed on this partnership page.)
If you have any specific questions about the program or other ways you might bring computer science to kids and teachers you know, feel free to reach out to Siri Anderson. Thanks for your assistance in getting this opportunity in front of other families with girls aged 10-18!

Unmapped Brewery Info Session

Join us for HH! We want to celebrate all the good that you are already doing–and share information about new skills and knowledge St. Kate’s Graduate Education Programs could help you develop!

Admit it: You are busy. You are thirsty. You are in luck!

We are visiting Unmapped Brewery in the Glen Lake neighborhood of Minnetonka.

You come too! Thursday, March 22, 4:00-6:30. Register here!

Share this invitation with your friends.

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14625 Excelsior Blvd
Minnetonka, MN 55345

 

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