A note from our new graduate assistant in the Reflector, Julie Blatt:
In alignment with our Mission Statement and Collection Goals, the Reflector is pleased to present students an opportunity to continue to develop literacy, learning and teaching skills. Staff of the Reflector will be presenting a special series of Student Storytimes, designed to give College of Education students, faculty, and staff the chance to listen to a children’s book and share how reading and literacy has made an impact in their lives.
The first scheduled Student Storytime is Thursday, September 25 at 3:30pm in the Townsend Lobby. The Reflector encourages all students, faculty, and staff to gather in the lobby to hear College of Education student Steve Kim read two storybooks, chosen from the Reflector’s children’s materials collection.
By promoting literacy with activities and resources on campus and throughout the College of Education, the Reflector remains dedicated to the University’s core values of respect, responsibility, discovery and excellence, and MizzouEd’s values of innovation, student engagement and success, and community and collaboration, thus building a platform for world-class education which our students, faculty and staff can use to achieve their highest potential.
Please join us for Student Storytime, sponsored by the Reflector, on Thursday, September 25, 2014 at 3:30pm in Townsend Lobby. Cookies and juice served after the storytime.