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In collaboration with Education faculty members from the Maricopa Community Colleges, the National Center for Teacher Education (NCTE) offers Teacher Education Student Success Series events throughout the academic year. These activities are designed to assist you on your path to becoming a professional educator and compliment your college experience. The goals of this series are to:
  • Connect you to innovative educational resources and professionals;
  • Assist you in developing your own professional network;
  • Expand your leadership skills; and
  • Inspire and support you on your path to becoming a teacher!

Through this series, you will learn about educational resources in your communities, network with other students and education professionals, and participate in skill development sessions. Teacher Education Student Success Series events are open to students who are currently enrolled at a Maricopa Community College and interested in becoming a teacher.


NOTE: These activities are for current teacher education and early childhood students at a Maricopa Community College only. Guests are often not allowed to participate in scheduled activities, and if they are allowed they may be required to pay an entrance fee. Children of any age are not permitted to attend. Thank you for your cooperation.

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One of the Phoenix Art Museum's primary functions is to make art accessible and fun to school children of all ages. Learn about the variety of programs offered to accommodate educators, from school visits, to Museum tours, to supplementing classroom resources. After planned activities, attendees are welcome to explore the museum on their own.

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The Heard Museum offers a variety of specialized learning experiences for school groups. Additionally, a variety of resources are available for teachers who want to learn more about American Indian cultures and art and incorporate distinctive curricula into their classrooms. Join us to explore the Heard's exhibits, collections and resources, and participate in hands-on experiences. After planned activities, attendees are welcome to explore the museum on their own.

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Explore how the diverse educational programming at the Riparian Preserve allows students to participate in experiences not possible in the classroom. Activities that are correlated with current Arizona State Standards and cross-curricular in their approach enhance children's understanding of nature and help to develop environmentally literate citizens. Don't miss out on this educational experience. Plan to explore the reserve on your own after planned activities.

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Join the Phoenix Zoo's Education Manager for an orientation designed specifically for educators. Learn about the zoo's exciting educational programs and resources, and how you can use them as a teacher. Programs are based on Arizona State Academic Standards. After planned activities, participants are welcome to explore the zoo on their own.

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Click here to visit the 2012 NACCTEP Leading the Way conference website.

Join us for the National Association of Community College Teacher Education Programs (NACCTEP) Leading the Way in Community College Teacher Education Programs conference at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown. A special reduced registration fee of $200 is being offered to teacher education students. Students are responsible for their own transportation, lodging, meals, etc.

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This conference is open to all Maricopa Community College teacher education students. Events include dynamic speakers and breakout sessions focused on a variety of education-related topics. Detailed information will be posted as it becomes available.

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Learn about the many innovative resources and activities available to current and future teachers at the Arizona Science Center. Center staff will lead attendees in interactive hands-on science activities and a tour of the facility. After planned activities, attendees are welcome to explore the Center on their own at no cost (special exhibits not included).

Note: This event is a repeat of the very popular Student Success Series visit to the Arizona Science Center in February 2011.

 
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