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    June 9th, 2021 and August 11th, 2021

    Airdate: August 11, 2021

    Education Counts seeks programs in education that empower students of all ages. This week, learn how Dial-A-Story engages those young and old in search of a story read aloud. Discover how the Snite Mu... (Show More)

    Education Counts seeks programs in education that empower students of all ages. This week, learn how Dial-A-Story engages those young and old in search of a story read aloud. Discover how the Snite Museum of Art is bringing together adults and children to learn together. Find out how teenager mental health is top of mind in Warsaw. Follow Project Lead the Way in Berrien Springs.

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      Teenager Mental Health

      As the days grow longer and hotter, it can be easy to forget that the importance of mental health does not go away. And after a roller coaster of a school year, teens could be feeling ev... (Show More)

      As the days grow longer and hotter, it can be easy to forget that the importance of mental health does not go away. And after a roller coaster of a school year, teens could be feeling even more pressure than usual. We take a look at the services young people in Warsaw can use to keep them in the right state of mind.        

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    June 2nd, 2021 and July 14th, 2021

    Airdate: July 14, 2021

    Education Counts looks for the best ideas in education across our region. This week we sit in on an African drumming kindergarten music class. We visit the expanded Robinson Center Learning Center and... (Show More)

    Education Counts looks for the best ideas in education across our region. This week we sit in on an African drumming kindergarten music class. We visit the expanded Robinson Center Learning Center and see how the accredited program includes preschool for community families. Learn about how the Wagon Wheel Conservatory offers programs for students and adults who want to learn about theater production. See dinosaurs up close in Mishawaka Parks while using a new AR app.

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      Wagon Wheel Conservatory

      The Wagon Wheel Conservatory gives students the opportunity to know what it takes to play a part in large productions. With courses run by experienced theater professionals, they teach students the im... (Show More)

      The Wagon Wheel Conservatory gives students the opportunity to know what it takes to play a part in large productions. With courses run by experienced theater professionals, they teach students the importance of finding their own unique-authentic voices on stage or behind the scenes.

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    February 5th, 2020

    Airdate: February 5, 2020

    Education Counts Michiana features four educational initiatives showcasing community engagement. Warsaw Community Schools are working on social emotional learning for students and teachers. The public... (Show More)

    Education Counts Michiana features four educational initiatives showcasing community engagement. Warsaw Community Schools are working on social emotional learning for students and teachers. The public was invited to watch three teams of architecture students participate in a two day mural-drawing event presented by Scenographia at the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture. Maker spaces are on the rise and a visit to Make South Bend explores the possibility of design. Michigan students are filling the skills gap by learning CNC skills in the classroom and on the job.

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      Social Emotional Learning in Warsaw

      A child's academic well being isn't the only important thing to address at school. In order to account for the whole child, social and emotional learning also needs to be taken into consideration. We ... (Show More)

      A child's academic well being isn't the only important thing to address at school. In order to account for the whole child, social and emotional learning also needs to be taken into consideration. We head down to Warsaw, Indiana to see how they use social emotional learning and its effects on overall well being.

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    October 3rd, 2018

    Airdate: October 3, 2018

    This week, we meet fine arts students who are using new technology to grow their skills, visit a unique after-school program, revisit Goodwill's interview training class, and attend a conference with ... (Show More)

    This week, we meet fine arts students who are using new technology to grow their skills, visit a unique after-school program, revisit Goodwill's interview training class, and attend a conference with teachers who are learning about an innovative approach to discipline.

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      Spoonful of Imagination

      Spoonful of Imagination is a non-profit art studio located in Warsaw, Indiana. Kids and adults have the opportunity to come in and take classes, workshops, or just have fun with arts and crafts. 

      Spoonful of Imagination is a non-profit art studio located in Warsaw, Indiana. Kids and adults have the opportunity to come in and take classes, workshops, or just have fun with arts and crafts. 

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    June 21st, 2017

    Airdate: June 21, 2017

    This week we visit Ivy Tech Community College’s Health Camp in Warsaw, and IU School of Medicine in South Bend. We also learn more about the partnership between PNC’s “Grow up Great” program a... (Show More)

    This week we visit Ivy Tech Community College’s Health Camp in Warsaw, and IU School of Medicine in South Bend. We also learn more about the partnership between PNC’s “Grow up Great” program and the Center for the Homeless’ Early Childhood Intervention Center, and revisit the Air Zoo in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

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      Ivy Tech camp introduces students to health sciences

      Ivy Tech Community College in Warsaw, Indiana, hosts a Health Careers Summer Camp that targets middle school students. The goal of the camp is to encourage all students to consider different career op... (Show More)

      Ivy Tech Community College in Warsaw, Indiana, hosts a Health Careers Summer Camp that targets middle school students. The goal of the camp is to encourage all students to consider different career options in health sciences. For more information on this camp, visit: https://www.ivytech.edu        

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    December 14th, 2016

    Airdate: December 14, 2016

    Last week we spoke with schools about the STEAM and STEM programs. This week we highlight a nonprofit, OrthoWorx, who supports STEM-focused approaches to learning. We also visit the “Success Starts ... (Show More)

    Last week we spoke with schools about the STEAM and STEM programs. This week we highlight a nonprofit, OrthoWorx, who supports STEM-focused approaches to learning. We also visit the “Success Starts Early” seminar in South Bend, Indiana, the Berrien County Health Department, and we covered a special event at Grissom Middle School.

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      OrthoWorx

      OrthoWorx in Warsaw, IN, is investing in education, preparing students to become young professionals in the orthopedic industry. Brad Bishop, Executive Director of OrthoWorx, believes that a STEM educ... (Show More)

      OrthoWorx in Warsaw, IN, is investing in education, preparing students to become young professionals in the orthopedic industry. Brad Bishop, Executive Director of OrthoWorx, believes that a STEM education allows young talent to stay here locally.

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        Brad Bishop

        Brad Bishop, at OrthoWorx, discusses the importance of investing in student success from kindergarte... (Show More)

        Brad Bishop, at OrthoWorx, discusses the importance of investing in student success from kindergarten to continuing education.

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    December 7th, 2016

    Airdate: December 7, 2016

    This week we learn about STEAM and STEM programs at Roosevelt STEAM Academy, Washington STEM Academy, Edgewood Middle School, and Warsaw High School. We also visit the Cookies and Coding event at the ... (Show More)

    This week we learn about STEAM and STEM programs at Roosevelt STEAM Academy, Washington STEM Academy, Edgewood Middle School, and Warsaw High School. We also visit the Cookies and Coding event at the Elkhart Public Library.

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      STEM in Warsaw

      Washington STEM Academy is a certified STEM school, which focuses on reading and writing. Edgewood Middle School and Warsaw High School are investigating becoming STEM certified, but right now offer S... (Show More)

      Washington STEM Academy is a certified STEM school, which focuses on reading and writing. Edgewood Middle School and Warsaw High School are investigating becoming STEM certified, but right now offer STEM classes. STEM classes allow students to explore, investigate, and deepen their learning. Although these three schools in Warsaw, IN, do not have the “STEAM” title, they say that they bring in the arts. Students’ projects involve illustrations of stories, watercolors, and pottery, for example.

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        David Burden

        David Burden, at Washington STEM Academy, discusses STEM education and some of the projects that stu... (Show More)

        David Burden, at Washington STEM Academy, discusses STEM education and some of the projects that students partake in.

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        Var Bobba

        Var Bobba, at Washington STEM Academy, discusses his project for a competition coming up. A STEM edu... (Show More)

        Var Bobba, at Washington STEM Academy, discusses his project for a competition coming up. A STEM education makes Var excited about learning.

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        Aynsley Patton

        Aynsley Patton, at Washington STEM Academy, shares about parents’ involvement in STEM and a Native... (Show More)

        Aynsley Patton, at Washington STEM Academy, shares about parents’ involvement in STEM and a Native American project that her students participated in with fifth graders.

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        Gary Hawblitzel

        Gary Hawblitzel, at Washington STEM Academy, shares that “failure is an option” and that student... (Show More)

        Gary Hawblitzel, at Washington STEM Academy, shares that “failure is an option” and that students learn best by experiential learning.

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        Christi Overman

        Christi Overman, at Washington STEM Academy, believes that students gain awareness by understanding ... (Show More)

        Christi Overman, at Washington STEM Academy, believes that students gain awareness by understanding other cultures.

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        Tom Ray

        Tom Ray, at Washington STEM Academy, says that it is important to adapt to the changes of the 21st C... (Show More)

        Tom Ray, at Washington STEM Academy, says that it is important to adapt to the changes of the 21st Century and believes that a STEM education gives students workforce readiness.

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        Scott Fetters

        Scott Fetters enjoys partnering with students at Washington STEM Academy. He provides students with ... (Show More)

        Scott Fetters enjoys partnering with students at Washington STEM Academy. He provides students with a hands-on approach to learning and it saved Scott $5,000.