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DSU hosting virtual teach camp June 4

May 24, 2021

Dakota State’s College of Education is hosting a free virtual teach camp for teachers on Friday, June 4.

This is the second year of the virtual teach camp. It was created during the COVID-19 pandemic as a way to offer their annual summer camps for educators online. There were over 400 attendees last year. The one-day event will feature a combination of content that would be shared at DSU STEAM Camp and the Trauma Sensitive Teaching Conference.

“We are covering a wide range of topics with everything from social-emotional learning, to technology tools, to subject specific topics,” said Kindra Schneider, instructor in the College of Education.

Some of the speakers include South Dakota Teacher of the Year Amanda Hargreaves from Mitchell Public Schools, Tina Belden from Estelline Public Schools, Scott Klungseth, a DSU faculty member, and Kristen Mulder from Sioux Falls Christian Schools.

The event will be conducted through Zoom from 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CT. Teachers who attend the entire conference and complete a series of four choice board activities will be eligible for one graduate credit, at a cost of $40.

Registration closes on Wednesday, May 26 at midnight CT.


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