Educators Are Learning How To Stay Inspired

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Teachers took a seat in the classrooms and became students for a day.

The Mid-Dakota Education Cooperative is inspiring teachers, administrators, and staff to be more engaged and excited about work everyday.

Jason Brooking, a science teacher at Nedrose high school has been working with students for 6 years.

He says that it’s beneficial to compare notes with other teachers so they can both make their classrooms better.

This year he hopes to take away news tips and tricks to keep himself and his learners enthusiatic.

“Small things like how to stay excited in my classroom and that one way is not the best way for all of my students, that’s definetly one thing I’ll take back to my classroom.” said Jason Brooking, Science Teacher.

School staff from around the region attend the conference.

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