Building Connections & Confidence through Math Corps

Building Connections & Confidence through Math Corps Interview with Diana Knuppenburg math corps member Diana is a 2nd year MEC member with an empathetic soul and desire to help others.  She entered MEC in January of the 2019-2020 school year. 

Snapshots of Reading Corps at Ralph Bunche Elementary

Snapshots of Reading Corps at Ralph Bunche Elementary Hannah Riley, K-3 Reading Corps Interventionist Below, Hannah shares some small victories with her students at Ralph Bunche Elementary. Even small, day-to-day victories are victories to be celebrated! Learning Tricky Letter Sounds

Helping Kids Become Lifelong Learners

Helping Kids to Become Lifelong Learners Noah Rallo, K-3 Reading Corps Interventionist I was recently starting my intervention time with one of my second graders by telling him that we were going to be reading a passage called “All About

Even Virtual Learning is Fun

Even Virtual Learning is Fun Tatum Edy, K-3 Reading Corps Interventionist I was not sure how this year would go, especially with everything being virtual. For being my first year serving as a K-3 Reading Corps Interventionist, I was nervous

An Introduction to MEC’s LeaderCorps Member: Catie Wissman

An Introduction to MEC’s LeaderCorps Member Catie Wissman Michigan Education Corps is excited to announce Catie Wissman as our program LeaderCorps representative for the 2020-2021 program year. In her application, Catie shared that her goal as MEC’s LeaderCorps member is

The Bravest Child

The Bravest Child Paige Covey, K-3 Reading Corps Interventionist We are sitting in the eye of a hurricane. It is the beginning of the school year, and children must be assessed and scored to be assigned to a Reading Corps

Making Virtual Connections

Making Virtual Connections Jon Hamilton, K-3 Reading Corps Interventionist It’s been a chaotic start to the school year, my first serving as a member of Reading Corps. Serving at Mackenzie Elementary in Detroit, we learned at the 11th hour that