On October 9 and 10, CAPS Teacher Ed students traveled to Pittsburg State University where they presented two concurrent sessions each day at the Greenbush Teaching and Technology Conference for Teachers. The presentation, entitled "Teachers in Paradise: A Second Chance for Innovation in Learning," was created by and presented by all students in the program.
Kateann Penrose and Ashley Geer put together an opening video, featuring all of the CAPS Teacher Education students as a way to introduce themselves.
Jade Ratterman joined in with her presentation of "Managing Type I Diabetes in the Classroom: What Teachers Need to Know" and Madilyn Veatch also added her presentation, "Lost in Space: The Importance of Environment on the Well-Being of Students."
Students who attended and presented both days were Halley Kern, Jade Ratterman, and Madilyn Veatch.
Other students who attended and presented one of the two days were Dasha Carver, Audrey Crawford, Jordan Durocher, Riley Hinmon, Regan LeValley, CaiLyn Nye, Mackenzie Paul, Leo Rakowski, Evelyn Lawler, Macey Lewin, Jordyn Messenger, Olivia Mueller, Molly Stasieluk, Chandler Traul, Jaden Webster, and Veronica Weng.
CAPS Teacher Ed students will present again at the 6th Annual Educators Rising Kansas Conference to be held November 6, 2019, on the campus of MidAmerica Nazarene University.