School of Education
School of Education
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NCATE Unit's Mission Statement
The mission of the NCATE Unit at Edinboro University is to prepare highly qualified professionals who meet the needs of P-12 schools, community agencies, health and fitness organizations, and the broader workforce. Clinical experiences for candidates are designed to assist agencies and to help public schools meet the challenges of state and federal accountability measures while providing optimum learning experiences for students. Program development is based on a philosophy of continuous improvement through ongoing assessment. Candidates are encouraged to promote the ideals of American citizenship and to improve the quality of life for all people in a diverse and technologically sophisticated society.
NCATE Unit's Vision Statement
Edinboro University prepares highly qualified teacher candidates and related professionals who effectively facilitate learning. Through knowledge, skills, dispositions, experiences, and understanding of our diverse and global society, our candidates successfully contribute to the future of their students, to their own professional development, and to the well-being of the larger community.
NCATE Unit's Goals
Effective facilitators of learning will:
Demonstrate effective pedagogical skills, content knowledge, and knowledge of the learner
Utilize community resources
Engage in professional development and lifelong learning
Make informed decisions
Contribute to the community through civic action
Use motivational and management skills
Creatively plan, adapt, and assess instruction
Edinboro University is an NCATE accredited institution.
TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS
- Early Childhood, P- 4
Special Education, P - 8
- Middle School, 4 - 8
- English Language Arts & Reading
- Social Studies
- Math and English Language Arts & Reading
- Math and Science
- Math and Social Studies
- Science and EnglishLanguage Arts & Reading
- Science and Social Studies