Yesterday was the last day for Horizons on Butler’s campus, and we cannot thank Butler enough for allowing us the opportunity to learn from and explore all that the university had to offer this summer.  Our middle school students have loved their time on campus, and so many of them are seeing themselves as college […]

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Multicultural Books for Children: We March, Shane Evans The Complete Collected Poems of Maya Angelou Ron’s Big Mission, Rose Blue and Corinne Naden The Black Poets A New Anthology, edited by Dudley Randall Hope’s Gift, Kelly Starling Lyons […]

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Our 6th, 7th, and 8th graders had the great opportunity on Wednesday this week to participate in an afternoon of group learning and activities with students in the Masters of School Counseling program here at Butler.  The beginning of the afternoon was spent discussing college and career readiness, and the kids explored where their future […]

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Butler University was recently ranked second as one of the top value counseling master’s degrees in Indiana by www.topcounselingschools.org.    Schools were ranked based on their program completion rate, job placement rate, licensing exam pass rate, accreditation length, research productivity and tuition and fees.  Butler’s School Counseling program is also one of the […]

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Our middle school students have been having a wonderful time on Butler’s campus this summer, and they have been making use of all of the amazing resources that Butler has to offer.  On Friday, the kids had the opportunity to use a very special space at Butler: Hinkle Fieldhouse!  The kids were so excited to […]

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As part of Indiana’s bi-centennial celebration and in partnership with George K. Baum & Company, Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents (IAPSS) is sponsoring the Heritage Educators initiative. The purpose of the initiative is to recognize and honor Hoosier educators, especially those who have a family tradition of teaching and administration in Indiana […]

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This summer, our 8th graders are exploring how to be a force for good in their communities.  Nick Stewart, the 8th grade lead teacher, has focused that exploration around creating proposals for non-profits that the students see a need for in their neighborhood.  Mr. Stewart shared his thoughts behind the project, and his goal for […]

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Horizons is so excited to be a part of Butler’s campus this summer!  Horizons is a national program that works with low-income students in helping to close the achievement gap during a summer-intensive program.  There are 51 sites across the country and one site is currently located in Indianapolis at St. Richard’s Episcopal School, the only […]

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Each year, Dr. Ena Shelley travels to Washington, D.C. for AACTE’s Day on the Hill where she visits our state’s Senators and House Representatives to discuss education, education policy and the impact that those policies have on education in our state.

 

 

 

This year, Dr. Shelley, Shawn Sriver, and Ben Hunter, Butler University’s […]

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Book showcases Reggio-inspired principles of teaching
By Julie Patterson

In the classroom, “Listen” is a directive most people think of giving the students, but Butler University professor Susan Adamson says it is the teachers who must listen in order for students to learn.

Adamson, assistant professor of early/middle childhood in Continue Reading

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