School of Education

Curriculum Resources

Center for Cultural Resources

The Center for Cultural Resources (CCR) is a collection of resource kits, each organized to teach a core of 12 universal themes on unity and diversity. The kits provide instructional resources and lesson plans designed for thematic, interactive and realistic learning. They are available after attending an orientation. After completing a reservation form, the user receives confirmation from the CCR intern regarding kit title and check-out period. Kits may only be checked out after submitting a reservation form (online or in person) and receiving confirmation from the CCR intern.

The CCR is located in the Indiana University Southeast Library.

Teacher as Researcher (Annotated References)

The information found on the Teacher as Researcher web page is intended to provide information to anyone who is interested in learning more about the teacher as researcher concept. The Master of Science in Education program at IU Southeast requires candidates to complete a teacher as researcher project no later than 30 hours into the master’s program. It is expected that candidates will review documents on this site prior to beginning their research project.

Youth Count

Youth Count is a community-wide youth development focused on engaging the youth and adults in Floyd County in Southern Indiana in order to build relationships that

…create a community where youth are valued,
investments are made in their well-being,
and all youth have the opportunity to succeed.

Imagination Library

Imagination Library of Floyd County offers a free book each month to participating children from birth until their fifth birthday. The program provides a perfect beginning for reading success in later years and a love of reading for a lifetime.

Registration for Imagination Library is really simple. Parents can register their children online at Imagination Library or complete and return a registration form found at many locations around our community such as your child’s school office, the New Albany-Floyd County Library, or YMCA. Or you may call the Imagination Library’s local office at (812) 542-4001 or email Becky King to request a brochure or for more information.

For more information visit the Dolly Parton Imagination Library at the New Albany-Floyd County Education Foundation.

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