Education Students Make Presentation At Arkansas Literacy Association State Conference

Dr. Denise Baldwin (center), teacher education coordinator in the School of Education at the University of Arkansas at Monticello, recently took a group of undergraduate students to present at the 2018 Arkansas Literacy Association State Conference in Little Rock. Students in Dr. Baldwin’s K-6 Curriculum, Planning and Programs class researched and presented interactive reading-focused bulletin board ideas that can be used in the classroom.

Pictured with Baldwin are (front row, left to right) Abby Rounsaville of Mabelvale, a teaching and learning major, Jobana Magana of Star City, Madison Collins of Texarkana, and Abigail Leonards of Crowley, all K-6 elementary education majors (second row, left to right) Misty Garcia of Monticello, a teaching and learning major, Jenna Stapp of Lake Village, Kaley White of Monticello, both K-6 elementary education majors, and Tiffany Lane of Crossett, a teaching and learning major, (third row left to right) Elizabeth Fish of Sherwood, a K-6 elementary education major, Darian Johnson of Crossett, Sky Streeter of Hamburg, both teaching and learning majors, and Jenna Payne of Beebe, a K-6 elementary education major. (Not pictured: Ciara Fetterly of El Dorado, an education studies major)

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