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College of Liberal Arts Spring 2011 Student Teachers Recognized

1/10/2011
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Bethel University’s College of Liberal Arts is proud to recognize its spring 2011 undergraduate education student teachers.
     Pictured are back row l to r: Levi Irwin of Wayne City, Ill., majoring in history, who will be student teaching at Inman Middle School and at Huntingdon High School; Jacob Canaday of Gleason, majoring in child learning and development, who will be student teaching at Central Elementary (Bruceton) and at Greenfield; Brandon McKinnon of Dickson, majoring in instrumental music, who will be student teaching at Henry Elementary and at Milan High School; John Graham of Union City, majoring in physical education, who will be student teaching at Lake Road Elementary and at Obion Central High School; Zach Tippitt of Corinth, Miss., majoring in biology, who will be student teaching at Inman Middle School and at McKenzie High School; Stephen Williams of McKenzie, majoring in child learning and development, who will be student teaching at West Carroll Elementary and at Paris Elementary; Justin Bell of Union City, majoring in instrumental music, who will be student teaching at Rhea Elementary and at McKenzie High School.
     Seated l to r are: Raeleen Burke of McKenzie, majoring in child learning and development, who will be student teaching at McKenzie Middle and at Dresden Elementary; Torie Fisher of Parsons, majoring in child learning and development, will be student teaching at Pin Oak Elementary; Amber Metzger of Oxford, Miss., majoring in child learning and development, will be student teaching at West Carroll Elementary and at Henry Elementary; Nikki Frazier of Medon, majoring in child learning and development, who will be student teaching at Henry Elementary and at Gleason School; Jonna Woods of Lexington, majoring in exceptional learning and development, who will be student teaching at Beaver Elementary and at Clarksburg High School; and Dianne Johnson, majoring in exceptional learning and development, who will be student teaching at McKenzie High School and at Clarksburg Elementary.