Teacher Education Student Advisory Council (TESAC)
Welcome to the TESAC Webpage where you can help make changes in the College of Education and Human Services happen!
This club was created to help facilitate change in and through the College of Education and Human Services on campus. Interested in meeting us? Then come to our club meetings. Meetings will resume after Summer Break.
Officers for the 2009-2010 Academic year are:
President – Amy Sikora
Vice President – Crystal Murray
Secretary – Jenn Lewis
Treasurer – Amanda Collenette
Golden Apple newsletter Writer – Shannon Morean
Program Chair – Abby Butera
Marketing Chair – Chris Myers
Faculty Advisor – Dr. Cahndice Matthews, email@example.com
What's going on within this organization?
Well, we still have t-shirts available for those who would want one, the cost is $12. They are light yellow with dark blue lettering. The front has CU with little objects inside the letters and underneath that there is Teacher Education Student Advisory Council. The back has this writing: "The mediocre teaches tells, the good teacher explains, the superior teacher demonstrates, the great teacher inspires."
If you are looking for the other Website, click here.
If you want to leave us a comment or want to be in the club, e-mail us.
We sponsor the Teacher Educators Start Today or T.E.S.T. Speaker Series. This is a speaker series that the TESAC holds every year around February-March to have prominent educators come and talk about important and timely educational topics. It's an amazing time. At the end, if you attend four out of the five presentations, you will receive a certificate for your portfolio and an activity that can be added to your Co-Curricular Transcript..
The other activities going on within TESAC include:
1. Make a Difference Ribbon Project
2. Mentoring Program for Freshmen
3. After School Volunteering Program
To learn about these and future projects, please come to our next TESAC meeting. It is advertised on the iClarion Portal and on the TESAC bulletin board in the hallway next to 127 Stevens Hall. Hope to see you there!