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As an education major at Capital, you'll benefit from:
Capital University and its teacher education program are accredited by several national organizations. Capital's teacher education program has earned words of praise from the Ohio Department of Education and the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education.Read what students have to say about our education program.
As a student in the education department, you'll enjoy:
With all the teaching specialties Capital offers, there's no such thing as a "typical" teacher education candidate.
Teaching is a hands-on profession. The more time you spend teaching in real classrooms before you graduate, the better you'll be able to manage a classroom of your own. At Capital, you can get as many as three field-based teaching experiences starting as early as your sophomore year. And thanks to Capital's central location, you can choose urban, suburban or rural schools—even local and state agencies. Whatever kind of teacher you want to be, and whatever kind of setting you eventually want to work in, we'll make sure you're ahead of the curve.For extra experience, you can also opt to do a full-year teaching internship. This can really help when the time comes to look for a teaching position. Through this program, you can:
Children need the best education possible to prepare for the challenges of work and daily life. So their teachers need to be dedicated and highly qualified.Capital's teacher education program is competitive, so all graduates are prepared for the challenges of the classroom. To earn an education degree from Capital, you must:
For more information about the education major at Capital, you can:Read the online Teacher Education Handbook Explore the teacher education department home page Contact Holly Porter at 614-236-6302 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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