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Nov 5, 2015
States and capitals are a big part of the social studies curriculum for fourth graders, so teacher Amanda Elbert ('12) opted to introduce a project that made learning easier.
Other Education Headlines
Sep 2, 2015
SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Ever since Emma Bruns was a little girl, she’s known what she wants to do with her life. ...
Mar 18, 2015
Dr. Michael Baldwin, a 1981 Briar Cliff graduate, was recently selected as one of 50 finalists worldwide for the prestigious $1 million Global Teacher Prize. ...
Mar 11, 2015
Dr. Kristen Crabtree-Groff's research on an innovative approach to nurturing leadership and character in adolescents was recently co-published in the Journal of Youth Development. ...
Mar 10, 2015
Mattie Murren promises she'll be the first off the bench to congratulate and urge on her Briar Cliff Chargers at the NAIA Division II Women's National Basketball Championship. ...
Feb 19, 2015
Briar Cliff education majors recently traveled to the capitol and met with state lawmakers regarding the future of education in Iowa. ...
Nov 1, 2014
Reading a book called "The Sick Pets" to a group of first graders, Katie Mueller tells the story of pups Pip, Bix and Vin's trip to the veterinarian's office. ...
Jan 1, 2014
SIOUX CITY, Iowa — For a college student, nothing brings on the “back-to-school blues” like paying for textbooks. ...
Oct 18, 2013
FORT RILEY, Kan. — Briar Cliff alum Joe Handlos has earned bragging rights. ...
May 22, 2013
Instilling and nurturing hope in students is what teaching is all about for Mary Lincoln, a 1978 graduate of Briar Cliff. ...
May 15, 2013
When the bell sounded on the last day of school in May, a 55-year run in the classroom ended for Delores Vondrak. ...