Author Archives: Sandy Risberg

Educating the Educators: The Military Child IS in your school district/school/classroom

The video of the training I did I in March at K-State for Superintendents, Educators and Military leaders has been posted. It’s the second from the bottom video on this page. https://coe.k-state.edu/military/

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2016 Ed Symposium Resources for Teachers of Military & Veteran Connected Students

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Discovering Retreat!

Fort Knox When my first day working on post had come to an end, I was left feeling a little overwhelmed by the military aspect of my new job. So I decided to swing by football practice to find some … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Step Out of Your Military Life Funk – Jo, My Gosh!

This is such a great list, simple, yet down to the core of change. Many Military Spouses will identify with her description of how 6 weeks was harder than 12 months. I think the key to that is we mentally … Continue reading

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ArmyFit: Frustrating, Then Surprisingly Empowering | SpouseBUZZ.com

Hey Army Spouse friends, have you tried to take the GAT 2.0? Here is a blog by my friend Liz and her experience. I had a similar experience a few years ago when it was first released, GAT 1.0, for … Continue reading

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September 2014 | College of Education

September 2014 | College of Education.

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Educating the 21st Century Parents

I feel that the pushback from parents around the country in regards to common core/college and career ready standards is in part due to being “the last straw” in a rapidly changing landscape in education with new technological and pedagogical … Continue reading

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Timeline Photos – 1st Infantry Division

What a great policy to help parents be more connected with their child’s education. Providing the opportunity for parents to show their children that school is important enough that their parents can accompany them the first day is “walking the … Continue reading

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August 2014 | College of Education

New teachers, here is an easy resource to fit into your new and busy schedule. You may find a new tip or be reminded of something previously learned but buried in nerves and district policy papers. August 2014 | College … Continue reading

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Dr. Jill Biden and MCEC

@JoiningForces Dr. Biden stresses the importance of supporting military kids and families. Watch here! #MCECNTS2014 http://t.co/oDHRmY4Mtv — MilitaryChild (@MilitaryChild) July 30, 2014

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