Category: Immersive Learning

  • Indiana Academy International Exchange

    Since 2006, the Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics, and Humanities has participated in an international exchange program with Sankt Afra, a boarding school for high ability students located in Meissen, Germany. After a pause during the pandemic, the exchange program started up again this year with Sankt Afra sending two faculty members and four students […]

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  • Camp Achieve Music

    Camp Achieve Returns

    After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Camp Achieve returned this summer. Camp Achieve is Ball State’s annual five-week summer social skills autism day camp for children 6-12 years of age. Offered free of charge, the camp provides a distinctive and exceptional learning experience in contrast to typical, high-cost summer camps that focus […]

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  • Camp Adventure Ropes

    Summer Learning Fun at Camp Adventure Wrap Up

    Another year of Summer Learning Fun at Camp Adventure wrapped up at the end of June. Offered free of charge, Camp Adventure provides an enriching atmosphere for learning for rising third graders within Muncie Community Schools, the Inspire Academy, and Burris Laboratory School. Taught by Ball State Elementary Education majors, Camp Adventure provides campers a […]

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  • Inaugural Indiana School Counselor and Administrator Collaboration Institute

    Inaugural Indiana School Counselor and Administrator Collaboration Institute

    On Monday, June 13th and Tuesday, June 14th, over 180 school counselors and school administrators from across the state participated in the inaugural Indiana School Counselor and Administrator Collaboration Institute (ISCACI) at the Ball State University Alumni Center. Organized by Dr. Rachel Geesa, Assistant Clinical Professor of Educational Leadership and Dr. Theresa Kruczek, Professor of […]

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  • Teachers College Newsletter

      Ball State Graduate Bicycles Coast-To-Coast to Support Public Education When he’s coasting downhill and has a chance to catch his breath, Chris Willis, ’93 MA ’96, sometimes reflects on why he’s bicycling cross-country nearly 4,300 miles over the course of 57 days. READ MORE The Latest from TC ABA Student’s Senior-Year Diagnosis Made Graduation […]

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