3 more days of Smartboard training, June 6, 7 and 8
E-tech grant supports 3 day SMARTBoard workshop
17 teachers, teacher candidates and WC faculty on 7 boards
The mission of the Education area at Wilmington College is to prepare teachers in the liberal arts tradition. The College strives to develop professional educators who demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the subjects they will teach as well as an understanding of the teaching and learning process. Teacher education students are expected to have and to convey high expectations to all students they teach. Students will have an understanding of and demonstrate evidence of ability to teach diverse groups of children and to develop an understanding of the particular culture and community in which they teach. As teachers, they will be able to create a positive environment that encourages active engagement in learning and self-motivation. They will become “reflective practitioners for peaceful schools,” able to collaborate with others in building learning communities in their classrooms.
Students may choose from the following licensure areas:
- Early Childhood
- Middle Childhood
- Adolescence to Young Adult
- Vocational Agriculture
Teacher licensure requires that the student plan a program meeting both Wilmington College degree requirements and the State of Ohio licensure requirements.
For information about the Graduate Program in Education, go to its web page.
For more than 130 years, Wilmington College’s beautiful, tree-lined campus has witnessed the successful transformation of men and women into true seekers of knowledge and effective citizens. For them, WC played a key role that has led to rich and fulfilling lives.
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