Category Archives: Professional Development

Honoring the Military Child: Help Children Cope with Separation – PR Newswire (press release)

See on Scoop.it – Military Connected Student Education Honoring the Military Child: Help Children Cope with Separation PR Newswire (press release) WASHINGTON, April 25, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Keeping in touch with a parent who is deployed or away from home … Continue reading

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Military affiliated students balance military, civilian life – The Collegian

See on Scoop.it – Military Connected Student Education Students who have served overseas in the United States Armed Forces have to reacclimate to civilian life when coming to K-State. Sandy Risberg‘s insight: Go Wildcats! See on www.kstatecollegian.com

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The Military Family Research Institute at Purdue University

See on Scoop.it – Teaching the teacher in me Sandy Risberg‘s insight: Great resources for educators and others working with military-connected students and families.  See on www.mfri.purdue.edu

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Military affiliated students balance military, civilian life – K-State Collegian

See on Scoop.it – Military Connected Student Education Military affiliated students balance military, civilian life K-State Collegian Those who choose to serve our country rather than go straight to higher education have to go through different processes depending on the … Continue reading

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Mercer Co. middle school students tackle a monumental service learning project – KyForward.com

See on Scoop.it – Military Connected Student Education KyForward.com Mercer Co. middle school students tackle a monumental service learning project KyForward.com Kentucky Department of Education social studies consultant Jennifer Fraker said that schools wanting to collect donations for the memorial… … Continue reading

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It’s Time for Social and Emotional Learning for All

See on Scoop.it – Teaching the teacher in me Thsi Over the last decade, increased attention has been paid to the social and emotional learning (SEL) needs of children. This area of learning is necessary and essential to address — … Continue reading

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It’s Time for Social and Emotional Learning for All

See on Scoop.it – Military Connected Student Education Thsi Over the last decade, increased attention has been paid to the social and emotional learning (SEL) needs of children. This area of learning is necessary and essential to address — for … Continue reading

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Military Kids Say the Darndest Things!

See on Scoop.it – Military Connected Student Education Militaryspouse.com focuses on milspouses, fiancés, and significant others; delivering helpful and entertaining content from writers who understand military families – military spouses themselves. Sandy Risberg‘s insight: Kids always have such a fresh … Continue reading

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Michelle Obama, Jill Biden announce ‘Educating the Educator’ to help teachers, military kids – The Washington Post

Michelle Obama, Jill Biden announce ‘Educating the Educator’ to help teachers, military kids – The Washington Post.

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Defense.gov Special Report: Month of Military Child 2014

See on Scoop.it – Military Connected Student Education Sandy Risberg‘s insight: So many opportunities for Military Children to be recognized and resources to support them. The profiles of the children listed are inspiring. @MilitaryChild See on www.defense.gov

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