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  • Employee - Hesston College
    w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Faculty Joyce Huber Joyce Huber Nursing faculty Email joyceh hesston edu Phone 620 327 8138 Office Charles Hall C 27 Affiliated Departments or Programs Nursing Education B S N Goshen Ind College 1972 M N Wichita Kan State University 1978 Hesston College Nursing faculty since 1973 Personal Statement The most rewarding part of teaching nursing is to know that I ve had a part in helping individuals meet their goals of becoming nurses I cherish my relationships with nursing students they are some of the most wonderful persons I ve ever met It brings me joy and satisfaction to see students develop healing skills and show compassion in caring for clients Courses Taught Classroom instruction for Nursing III Nursing IV and Integration Seminar Assist with campus lab instruction for Nursing II In Addition What are your favorite courses to teach I enjoy teaching the medical surgical nursing courses We discuss how nurses can bring healing wholistically as we care for persons who are ill Who are your role models and mentors How have they shaped you as a teacher I have learned a lot about teaching from my colleagues here at Hesston College We are a supportive community who encourages each other in our teaching skills The administration here provides resources and affirmation to continue improving our teaching Related Links Nursing Employees Faculty Academics Deciding Students Departments Programs Art Aviation Bible and Ministry Biology Business and Computer Information Technology Chemistry Communications Disaster Management Education English History Mathematics Music Nursing Physical Education Physics Social Sciences Spanish Theatre Faculty Mary Miller Library Career Information Mary Miller Library Catalog

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/faculty/profile/joyce-huber/ (2016-02-13)
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    Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Faculty Rachel Jantzi Rachel Jantzi Theatre and Communications faculty Director of Theatre Email rachelj hesston edu Phone 620 327 8142 Office Northlawn Affiliated Departments or Programs Communications Theatre Education B F A theatre performance Emporia State University Emporia Kan 1999 M A theatre and speech Oklahoma State University Stillwater Okla 2001 Courses Taught Comm 206 Speech Communication Hum 203 Theatre Appreciation SCS 101 First Year Seminar ThAr 125 and 126 Drama Participation ThAr 127 Acting Related Links Communications Theatre Employees Faculty Academics Deciding Students Departments Programs Art Aviation Bible and Ministry Biology Business and Computer Information Technology Chemistry Communications Disaster Management Education English History Mathematics Music Nursing Physical Education Physics Social Sciences Spanish Theatre Faculty Mary Miller Library Career Information Mary Miller Library Catalog eBooks Hesston College Archives Interlibrary Loan Kansas and Other Libraries Online Databases alphabetical order Online Resources Research Assistance Services and Policies

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/faculty/profile/rachel-jantzi/ (2016-02-13)
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    Marla Kauffman Marla Kauffman Nursing faculty Phone 620 327 8140 Affiliated Departments or Programs Nursing Education B S N Eastern Mennonite College 1990 M S N Indiana University 1997 Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Primary Care Personal Statement I believe that children need high quality health care delivered in a developmentally appropriate professional compassionate manner Professional Affiliations National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners member American Academy of Pediatrics associate member certification Pediatric Nursing Certification Board Full time pediatric nurse practitioner at Cottonwood Pediatrics Newton Kan Courses Taught Pediatric campus lab In Addition What draws you to the field of nursing Providing health care for children requires a variety of skills and wide knowledge base that I find challenging and rewarding How has your background and educational experience shaped you as a teacher I have spent my professional life trying to improve the lives of children and their families Each child is a special and precious child of God no matter their cultural or socioeconomic background Influencing future members of the health care team to approach each child in this manner is a very important part of teaching Related Links Nursing Employees Faculty Academics Deciding Students Departments Programs Art Aviation Bible and

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/faculty/profile/marla-kauffman/ (2016-02-13)
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    Coaches Association of America 1999 Personal Statement It is always a great joy in teaching when what you teach in class becomes a reality in someone s life In sports these become moments of beauty within the game for example when you score on a header on a corner kick I recently had a moment when a student who took Fitness Concepts class in my first year at Hesston College told me about the improvements they had made in improving their health Professional Affiliations National Soccer Coaches Association of America American Alliance for Health Physical Education Recreation and Dance Courses Taught PhEd 113 Introduction to Weight Training PhEd 120 Weight Training PhEd 210 Lifetime Fitness and Wellness PhEd 211 Racquetball PhEd 228W Varsity Women s Soccer In Addition What is your favorite course to teach I love to play racquetball so teaching the course is a lot of fun How has your background and educational experience shaped you as a teacher When I graduated from college I entered voluntary service in inner city San Antonio After VS I taught school in San Antonio for seven years At a school with 1 000 students we had an equipment budget for physical education of 200 per year and no gymnasium Teaching was a challenge but the students were also a source of great joy It has made me appreciate the opportunities that are given to me and to the students at Hesston College Who are your role models or mentors How have they influenced you My high school coach baseball soccer and basketball Dan Bodiker served as a great role model for me and many other young athletes in high school He was a calm coach who I believe helped me develop as a player With increased specialization the days of coaching

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/faculty/profile/bryan-kehr/ (2016-02-13)
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    you as a teacher My interest in working with young children was first ignited during my own student years at Hesston when I took several courses just to explore psychology sociology and education Describe the early childhood education ECE program and its students ECE coursework helps students develop a foundation of theoretical understanding upon which they build their practices We want students to become intentional practitioners who are purposeful in their teaching they know why they teach as they do and are able to explain their philosophy to others I find that frequently students who are especially drawn to working with people who are fascinated with how people develop and become who they are who want to serve and nurture others etc are the ones who become interested in this field What are the advantages ECE students find coming to a two year college like Hesston ECE Students take a variety of general education and education department courses and become involved in the preschool classroom so much during their first two years Graduates who pursue early or elementary education teacher licensure after Hesston often describe how much they appreciate the extensive experiences they had during the first two years more than their classmates in the schools to which they transfer How do you connect with students in the program Because we work together so intensely I feel that I get to know the students who take ECE courses quite well I really enjoy working with them in the preschool classroom The program enables a lot of interaction among us and provides the framework for us to function as a team together I feel privileged to have many meaningful conversations with students as they explore their personal and career goals Many are processing so much during their time here who they

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/faculty/profile/tami-keim/ (2016-02-13)
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    equitable While central to our understanding of education these questions are not meant to only live behind classroom walls Rather we can ask these questions when reading almost any text analyzing a new idea or discussing policy After all equity is everybody s business How has your background and educational experience shaped you as a teacher After completing my undergraduate degree I worked and lived in Phoenix Ariz I taught first grade at an elementary school full of vibrant students whose parents not only cared deeply about the education of their children but also called to see if my windows needed to be fixed after hail storms and brought over plates of steaming food while my house was being renovated As I dedicated my days and evenings to students their families invested in me as well I worked long hours during my first year as a teacher but I ended the year very proud of my students who were prepared and confident as they headed to second grade The thought of returning for a second year was encouraging During my much needed summer break I spent time with folks who eagerly inquired about my first year as a teacher It must have been so hard to work in that neighborhood some would say What do you do when parents just don t care See my school was in a neighborhood labeled poor and sometimes called dangerous or scary by those passing through To me it was home On 43rd and Van Buren we had problems just like everybody else but we also had a spirited sense of community When I rode my bike to school I passed my students holding out their palms for a teetering drive by high five As I pedaled past parents checked in on student progress and confirmed the obvious academic progress was a team effort I signed Gustavo s reading log they would shout On days when I stayed late to coach girls junior high basketball Hillary s mom often sent a plate of steaming spaghetti On the weekends I ate carne asada compliments of a former students family Even the mail carriers gave a wave out the window or stopped to inquire about my new puppy I wonder how my year would have been different if I had thought that parents don t care or that my students or their siblings were dangerous My first year of teaching cemented what the best teachers already know what we believe about our students and their families matters My students met my expectations because well it was expected And I looked for the good in my neighborhood because I was expecting to find a home What the folks at 43rd gave me was more than I could have hoped for How have your role models influenced your teaching philosophy My first assignment of my first class of my first year of college was returned with a note from my professor Do it again After a few tears

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/faculty/profile/marissa-e-king/ (2016-02-13)
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    Development Campus Activities Campus Ministries Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Faculty Cleo Koop Cleo Koop Disaster Management faculty Email cleo koop hesston edu Phone 620 327 8294 Office Kropf Center Affiliated Departments or Programs Disaster Management Education B A Bethel College 1989 M Div Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary 1996 Courses Taught DMgt 105 Introduction to Disaster Response DMgt 110 120 210 220 MDS Culture I II III IV Related Links Disaster Management Employees Faculty Academics Deciding Students Departments Programs Art Aviation Bible and Ministry Biology Business and Computer Information Technology Chemistry Communications Disaster Management Education English History Mathematics Music Nursing Physical Education Physics Social Sciences Spanish Theatre Faculty Mary Miller Library Career Information Mary Miller Library Catalog eBooks Hesston College Archives Interlibrary Loan Kansas and Other Libraries Online Databases alphabetical order Online Resources Research Assistance Services and Policies Majors Media and Instructional Technology Services Faculty Instructional Technology

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/faculty/profile/cleo-koop/ (2016-02-13)
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    Development Campus Activities Campus Ministries Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Faculty Joel Krehbiel Joel Krehbiel Physics faculty Email joel krehbiel hesston edu Phone 620 327 8310 Office Charles Hall Affiliated Departments or Programs Physics Education B A Bethel College 2006 M S University of Illinois 2008 Ph D University of Illinois 2015 Courses Taught PhSc 200 Principles of Physical Science Phys 203 College Physics I Phys 204 College Physics II Related Links Physics Employees Faculty Academics Deciding Students Departments Programs Art Aviation Bible and Ministry Biology Business and Computer Information Technology Chemistry Communications Disaster Management Education English History Mathematics Music Nursing Physical Education Physics Social Sciences Spanish Theatre Faculty Mary Miller Library Career Information Mary Miller Library Catalog eBooks Hesston College Archives Interlibrary Loan Kansas and Other Libraries Online Databases alphabetical order Online Resources Research Assistance Services and Policies Majors Media and Instructional Technology Services Faculty Instructional

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/faculty/profile/joel-krehbiel/ (2016-02-13)
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