Miranda Frovarp, Thompson, N.D.; Carley Mattson, Thief River Falls, Minn.; and Abby Berven, Vergas, Minn., recently received the Outstanding Student in Teacher Education Award from Mayville State University, presented at the North Dakota Association of Colleges of Teacher Education conference. This award recognizes teacher education students who demonstrate outstanding personal qualities and character and achieve exceptional accomplishments while in college, with evidence of participation in activities on campus and in outside organizations. Award recipients must also earn high academic ranking.
Miranda will graduate from Mayville State this spring with a Bachelor of Science in Education degree. She has earned a major in elementary education. Carley completed the requirements for a Bachelor of Science in Education degree from Mayville State University at the end of the fall semester of 2014. She earned a double major in early childhood education and special education. Abby also completed the requirements for a Bachelor of Science in Education degree at the conclusion of the fall semester of 2014. She earned a major in composite science education and a minor in coaching.
The North Dakota Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (NDACTE) is a state chapter of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, which is a national alliance of educator preparation programs dedicated to high-quality, evidence-based preparation that assures educators are reach to teach all learners. Mayville State University offers undergraduate programs as a member of the North Dakota University System.Photo captions: Top left: Pictured from left to right are Kate Keating-Peterson, assistant professor in education at MSU; Carley Mattson, and Dr. Andi Dulski-Bucholz, chair of the MSU Division of Education and Psychology. Top right: Miranda Frovarp. Bottom right: Abby Berven.