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"It's finally here!"

Student Teaching

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MEP practicum provides
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Practicum

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STEM Adventure Camps

Teaching

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Pop-up playground sparks
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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Through real classrooms, diverse practicums and experienced research-driven faculty, Bloomsburg University's College of Education pairs a strong teaching foundation with quality field experiences to broaden your understanding of effective classroom instruction and establish a platform for putting theory and research into practice.

Featuring the Department of Teaching and Learning and Department of Exceptionality Programs, we offer programs designed to achieve your career goals either as a teacher, administrator, counselor, sign language/English interpreter, or higher education administrator. Most of our teacher education programs have a 96 to 100 percent employment rate.

 

 

Our education programs:

  • are accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (now referred to as Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation).
  • lead to teacher certification approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
  • are taught by faculty — not graduate assistants — with extensive experience in PK-12 schools as teachers, supervisors, principals, curriculum directors, and superintendents.
  • include specialized training in non-academic barriers (social, emotional and mental health, suicide prevention) through the McDowell Institute for Teacher Excellence.
  • allow for dual certification, English as a Second Language (ESL) Certificate, K-12 Online Teaching Endorsement, and STEM Endorsement for enhanced marketability.
  • include field experiences beginning in the first year culminating with a 16-week supervised student teaching experience.

College of Education Events

Fall Semester

August 27 – Student Teaching Seminar

August 31 – Prospective Student Teaching Meeting for Spring 2019 & Fall 2019

September 9  - COE Student Ambassador Training, 5pm

September 17 – Meet and Greet New Freshman Ice Cream Social, 5-6:30pm, MCHS Lobby

September 17 - Michelle Garcia Lecture, 6pm, Carver

September 29 – Open House

October 1 – Student Teaching Packets for Spring 2019

October 3 – Majors and Minors Fair

October 6 – COE Alumni Reception

October 19 – CATCH (McDowell)

October 20 – Open House

November 11, 6:30 p.m. - Movie Night (Resilience) for education majors, Kehr Union Ballroom One. Popcorn will be served. The campus is invited.

December 14 – Masters’ Graduation

December 15 – December Graduation

Spring Semester

March 23 – Husky Decision Day

April 6 – Husky Decision Day

April 10 – Student Teaching Packets for Fall 2019

April 27 – Junior Open House

 

College of Education

College of Education

Interim Dean
    Darlene Perner | 570-389-4007
Associate Dean
    Amy Eitzen | 570-389-2727
Director for Education Preparation, Training Programs
    Kimberly Bolig | 570-389-4608
Graduate Programs Coordinator
    Thomas Starmack | 570-389-4878
Administrative Assistant to the Dean
    Pamela Badolato | 570-389-4005

Education Services, Certification Coordinator
    Angela McCabe | 570-389-5128
Statistical Assistant
    Pat McGarry | 570-389-4007

College of Education
3106 McCormick Center
570-389-4005
Fax: 570-389-5049

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