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Colleagues Helping Implement Lifelong Learning (CHILL)
The purpose of CHILL (Colleagues Helping Implement Lifelong Learning) is to provide education students the opportunity to engage in mentorships that build a community based on professionalism, leadership, and collaboration through an innovative, cross-curricular approach by creating opportunities for students to offer firsthand accounts of their own experiences in the teacher education program at Indiana State University.
CHILL is active within our college, our community, and our profession. CHILL is active with events within our college at ‘Teachers of Tomorrow,’ ‘Homecoming,’ ‘Educator’s Day,’ ‘Counselor Day,’ and ‘Honor Day.’ CHILL sponsors events within our community by leading a Middle School Hygiene Drive for area students, providing activities for Spring break Science at the Terre Haute Children’s Museum, and After-School Incentives with area Middle Schools. CHILL was recognized at the Cunningham Memorial Library Exposium and gained national recognition at the National Association of Professional Development Schools conference by presenting a concurrent session and a poster session. Plans are being made for CHILL to host a student reception at the next conference along with presentations in several venues.
CHILL in the news
Date: October 4, 2016
Time: 6:00 pm
Location: University Hall Atrium