Concordia Association of Students in Education (CASE)
Concordia Association of Students in Education is a helpful, informative, and exciting organization for any aspiring teacher in early childhood, elementary, middle level, secondary, or special education.
In its monthly meetings, CASE provides opportunities for the education student to learn more about issues that are not necessarily addressed in the university classroom. This might include, for example, topics such as child abuse, school counseling, and ELL programs. The meetings are generally held on the first Wednesday of every month at 6:30 p.m. in TLEC-113.
Another goal of CASE is to build up teacher education students in the body of Christ and give unity to the education program. To achieve this goal, CASE sponsors multicultural trips each year to Lincoln and Omaha, working with children in after-school and weekend classroom activities.