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Education Department mission
The Education Department derives its direction and vitality from the mission statement of the College. As the College seeks to integrate professional ethics and goals with the broader purposes of human life, so the Education Department seeks to focus its field and classroom experiences on the development of teachers who understand the integral relationship of parents, family, school, and community to the general development of children. The Department’s certification programs, activities, and encounters encourage theoretical studies of curricula and child/adolescent development; induction into the conventions and practices of masterful teaching; the nurturing of personal aspirations to serve and care for children; and the personal maturation into socially, emotionally, and intellectually well-adjusted educators who will make positive contributions to the schools and communities in which they teach. The means to these ends are fully accredited Instructional I Certification undergraduate study programs in art, biology, business computers and information technology, chemistry, Chinese, early childhood education, middle grade education, English, French, mathematics, physics, social studies, and Spanish. Additional graduate instructional certification programs are English as a Second Language, Online Instruction, Instructional Technology Specialist, School Counselor Education, Special Education, and School Principal.
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