Milken Award winner visits school of education
Posted: Thursday, December 14, 2017
Traci Druschke, Milken Award winner, visited the University of Evansville's School of Education recently to speak with Amy McBride’s sophomores and juniors in Education 418 and 320. Druschke, a third grade teacher at Oak Hill Elementary School, presented Whole Brain Learning and Memory Models.
Students will incorporate some of her techniques in their internships.
The Milken Award is a prestigious honor for early-to-mid-career educators and is based on educational talent and contributions to the profession.
Award winners strive to take learning beyond the classroom, provide models of excellence within the profession, and motivate novices to achieve excellence.
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