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  • News & Events — Education — Carthage College
    Learn how to communicate visually at Rosebud Institute s third Summer Series Graduate level summer courses offer new approaches for teaching and achieving media literacy Participants will learn to create short movies build an ePortfolio and more more Alumni Achievements Carthage graduate wins state teaching award Cheryl Swiatko M Ed 82 is the second Carthage alumna in two years to be named Wisconsin PTA Elementary Teacher of the Year more Education students help area teachers adapt to new technology Those in Prof Prisca Moore s classes are helping to implement iPads and other new tools at a Kenosha elementary school more FULBRIGHT SCHOLARS Meet Fulbright Scholar Jean Brody Ms Brody 12 is one of two Carthage students who have received a Fulbright Teaching Assistantship for the 2012 2013 academic year more Student Achievement Carthage presents second annual Celebration of Scholars More than 240 Carthage students and faculty shared their research and scholarship more Member of Carthage community honored as top teacher David Weiser who has both taken and taught education classes at Carthage was named teacher of the year among all Kenosha Unified high schools more Carthage alumni recognized with RAMAC Excellence in Education Awards Eliot Underhill is named Administrator of the Year Kim Wendt is named Teacher of the Year more Interdisciplinary Study Symposium looks at opposition to teaching evolution Cross a biology professor with an education professor and what do you have A class that analyzes the tension surrounding the teaching of human evolution in U S classrooms more Alumna honored by State Teacher of the Year award Becky Steinbach 85 is the year s Wisconsin PTA Teacher of the Year Learn about how she and other Education Department alumni are making a difference more Carthage hosts 14th annual Seuss a thon on March 3 Participants of all

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  • Student Voices — Education — Carthage College
    Finnigan 13 I would wish to have an impact in as many of my future students lives and be that teacher that they come back and visit to say I made a difference Read more Read student voices featuring graduated students News FACULTY ACHIEVEMENT Professors pen chapters for new textbook Carthage Profs Paul Chilsen and Christine Wells have both written a chapter for an upcoming textbook focusing on media technology

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  • Student Organizations — Education — Carthage College
    and the NEA National Education Association Membership entitles students to valuable benefits Freshmen and sophomores can network develop leadership skills and gain priceless professional experience Additionally it is imperative for juniors and seniors while student teaching or during practicum to be insured with the same liability insurance that all teachers have Visit their website www wix com studentwea carthagestudentwea Pi Lambda Theta Pi Lambda Theta is the international honor society and professional association for students in education While Carthage does not have an active chapter of Pi Lambda Theta students should still consider joining this association to be recognized for their achievements as a student Membership is open to graduate and undergraduate students who are nominated by their institutions or invited by a chapter Students must have an intent to pursue a career in education a cumulative grade point average of at least 3 5 on a 4 0 scale and current enrollment in a qualified degree program Undergraduates must have achieved at least a sophomore standing in a baccalaureate degree program or pre baccalaureate degree program in education that meets prerequisites for a baccalaureate degree program For more information visit the Pi Lambda Theta web site Pals and Partners

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  • Careers — Education — Carthage College
    Specialist Resource Teacher Infant Toddler Teacher Child Development Specialist Day Care Instructor Principal Guidance Counselor Curriculum Supervisor Graduates of the Carthage Teacher Education Program have been hired by the Kenosha Unified School District Kenosha School of Language Catholic Diocese of Rockford Special Education District of Lake County Kids Castle preschool Archdiocese of Milwaukee and Racine Unified School District Graduates have pursued graduate studies in education special education and library science Visit the Carthage Career Center Job Outlook Use these databases to see salaries and where the jobs are located U S Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupation Outlook Handbook Teachers Occupational Information Network Education Search for a school or school district Private School Locator National Public School and School District Locator State Employment Certification for Teaching Do you meet the requirements to work in a particular state Find out what each state requires for teacher certification Alabama Alaska Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island Puerto Rico South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont

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  • Resources — Education — Carthage College
    Requirements Professional Journals Click here for a full list of professional journals National Organizations American Federation of Teachers The Association of Teacher Educators National Association for Bilingual Education National Association of Elementary School Principals National Association for Music Education National Association for the Education of Young Children National Association of Secondary School Principals National Education Association National Council for Teachers of Mathematics National Council for the Social Studies National Council for Teachers of English National Science Teachers Association Parent Teachers Association Resources for Teacher Education Partners Student Teaching Handbook 2012 13 Children s Literature Resources Center for Children s Literature Carthage The Center for Children s Literature is located on the first floor of the Hedberg Library With more than 25 000 volumes the Center houses a variety of children s books and tapes The Center also holds workshops organizes reading programs and sponsors lectures and seminars by noted authors and illustrators Its vast collection is available to students educators and the community Other Children s Literature Collections Cooperative Children s Book Center University of Wisconsin Madison Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art Arne Nixon Center Education Statistics National Statistics U S Department of Education National Center for Education

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  • Alumni — Education — Carthage College
    Director of Alternative Education at the Mack Center in Racine Wis In 2012 Eliot Underhill was selected as the Racine Area Manufacturing and Commerce Administrator of the Year Teaching is serious business and it is important Mr Underhill said Little things and details do make a difference It is fun it is challenging We learn much more from our students than we teach them Kim Wendt 06 named Teacher of the Year Teaches eighth grade science at Mitchell Middle School in Racine Wis In 2012 Kim Wendt was named the Racine Area Manufacturing and Commerice Teacher of the Year She also won a grant through the Pepsi Refresh Challenge To be the person who makes science engaging relevant and fun is empowering Ms Wendt said All while teaching each student that they matter and are important building those relationships are the best Heather Connolly 92 named KUSD Administrator of the Year Principal of Frank Elementary School in Kenosha Wis In 2012 Heather Connolly was named the Kenosha Unified School District Administrator of the Year She implemented an extended year plan to make Frank Elementary School part of the Expeditionary Learning Network More Success Stories Kathryn Lamberton Boero 77 Head of the Primary School at The Prairie School in Racine Wis I loved and continue to love the small personal learning community environment at Carthage Mrs Boero said I feel each time I take a class at Carthage creativity and individuality are nurtured in combination with a strong dedication to learning best practices for educating children which I draw on daily Mari Drummer Grobschmidt 02 Teaches third grade at The Prairie School in Racine Wis Great people can make great change and we need the best of the best to become teachers Mrs Grobschmidt said There are many boys and girls

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  • Secondary Education - Subjects — Education — Carthage College
    they plan to teach and earn a minor in education Students should work closely with their advisors and faculty in both departments to ensure all requirements are met Students can prepare to teach a variety of high school subjects Biology Chemistry Communication Economics English French K 12 Geography German K 12 History Mathematics Music Choral 6 12 Music General K 12 Music Instrumental K 12 Physical Education K 12 Physics

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  • History Department Courses — History at Carthage — Carthage College
    and cultural developments 2350 The Romans HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Christine Renaud Ben DeSmidt Joseph McAlhany A survey of Roman culture that introduces students to the achievements political social intellectual artistic etc and ideas of ancient Rome This course covers Rome from its foundation in 753 BCE to its transformation in Late Antiquity Within the chronological sweep of Roman history the class focuses on special aspects of Roman society class and status daily life slavery etc This course is cross listed in Classics and History 2620 America in the 1960s HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff A survey of the major themes events and individuals in America in the 1960s 2850 Comparative History History of Chicago and Milwaukee HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Thomas Noer A comprehensive history of two major Midwestern cities from earliest European settlements to the present Students will prepare three papers for class presentation and discussion one on the history of Chicago one on the history of Milwaukee and one comparing the two cities Field trips to Chicago and Milwaukee are a required part of the course 2890 Nineteenth Century America HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff This course surveys the long nineteenth century from the ratification of the U S Constitution to the entry of the United States into the Spanish American War General themes include politics expansion technology slavery gender immigration and social change in the American republic More specific attention will be paid to the development of nationalism and sectionalism agriculture and industry reform impulses the origins of the Civil War and Reconstruction westward expansion the rise of big business populism and progressivism and the increasing engagement of the United States with the rest of the world 2900 Twentieth Century U S History HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Thomas Noer A study of the major political economic diplomatic and social changes in the United States from 1890 to the present 3000 The American Founding HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff This course examines the events and ideas that contributed to the American Founding Topics covered include the Declaration of Independence the Constitutional Convention the struggle over ratification of the Constitution the creation of the Bill of Rights and the formation of a national government 3050 History of Mexico HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Stephanie Mitchell We share almost 2 000 miles of border with Mexico and nearly eight million Mexicans live in the United States yet many of us learn next to nothing about this fascinating country s history This course attempts to address this gap in our education system by providing an in depth look at Mexican history with an emphasis on the period from Independence to the present The course will also look at the borderlands between our two countries and the Mexican diaspora living in the United States today 3060 History of the Caribbean HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff Beginning in 1492 the Caribbean region has vacillated between the periphery

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