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Symposium will showcase student-created education research

Education Student Research SymposiumBurnsville High School students will present their research on how student identity impacts learning at the first BHS Education Student Research Symposium on Thursday, May 16.

The student researchers are enrolled in the school’s two newest education classes – “Introduction to Education” and “Multicultural Education and Human Relations” – through which they can earn college credit and start to pursue a career as a teacher. The classes are new this year, adding to the school’s Education Pathway, which also includes classes in psychology, sociology, child development and even a preschool lab experience.

The symposium is scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m. in the Burnsville High School E-Commons, with research presented “gallery style.” Spanish and Somali language interpretation will be available.

For more information about Pathways at Burnsville High School, go to www.isd191.org/pathways.

 
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Posted: Tuesday, May 14, 2019 - 14:23