Professors: Mary Bucy, Carmen Cáceda, Maria Dantas-Whitney, Mark Girod, Rachel Harrington, Chloë Hughes, Marie LeJeune, Adele Schepige, Dana Ulveland
Associate professors: Kenneth Carano, Xiaopeng Gong, Melanie Landon-Hays, Cindy Ryan, Joshua Schulze, Alicia Wenzel, Greg Zobel
Assistant professors: Andrea Emerson, Jaclyn Hernandez, Katrina Hovey, Annie Ittner, Kristen Pratt
Principled upon educational equity, cultural sensitivity, professionalism and an intellectually vital community. Committed to facilitating the learning and development of our candidates who, in turn, can successfully affect the learning and development of PK-12 students in schools.
The program prepares caring, competent professionals who:
- Demonstrate evidence of appropriate content knowledge, skills and dispositions necessary for attaining high achievement for all PK-12 students.
- Create a climate where diversity is valued.
- Successfully affect the learning and development of PK-12 students in schools.
There are special requirements for admission to the education programs. Contact the Division of Education and Leadership representatives for more information. The College of Education’s Policy Analysis and Review Committee establishes policies and standards that students must meet before being admitted to teacher education courses. Students may explore their interest in teaching during their freshman and sophomore years by enrolling in ED 200 , ED 230 , ED 240 .
The university has found it necessary to evaluate a person’s background to determine his or her likelihood of maintaining standards of professional conduct necessary in the discipline. An evaluation may take into consideration current performance as well as past experiences and actions that could affect a student’s ability to perform in the particular course or program.
Complete with Early Childhood/Elementary, Elementary/Middle Level, Middle Level/High School or High School Teaching Preparations.
Grade nine through grade 12 in a high school.