At the School of Education, Saint Louis University believes a student’s education is more just facts, but it’s about caring for the whole person – emotionally, intellectually and spiritually.
Saint Louis University’s School of Education is accredited by three agencies: North Central Association of Colleges and Universities, National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education and Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
If you choose to major in education at SLU, you'll choose your concentration from: Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Special Education, Elementary Education, Elementary Education with Special Education, Middle School Education and Secondary Education.
Coursework covers speech and language development, instruction methods for remedial math, and language instruction in mainstreamed classrooms, and counselling and medical implications in special education. You’ll also have an opportunity to student teach in an inclusive classroom.
The Education Studies minor is suited to students that are passionate about helping young people get ready for successful lives. It’s perfect for students that aspire to become teachers or want to work in one of the many other occupations within education.
Students will begin with two core classes in education and educational psychology, they then tailor their electives around their career goals. Suffolk’s Education Studies minor takes a multi-disciplinary approach. Students can pick from education and sociology courses thus improving their knowledge of the role of education beyond the classroom.
An Education Studies minor is a good accompaniment to a major in Sociology or Psychology. Students might even major in a field they want to teach, such as History, Math, English or Spanish.
In the Master of Education in Administration of Higher Education program, students can balance their core syllabus with an assortment of elective courses, matching their education to their future career route and precise administrative requirements.
This program is created to get students ready to flourish in a range of functional areas and offices, including educational advising, student pursuits, financial assistance, global student services, multicultural matters, development, college unions, athletics, career planning and engagement, residence life, admissions, alumni matters, orientation, registrar offices and a host of other qualified positions at colleges, universities and other higher education- associated agencies.
Whether students are seeking to make a difference at a senior school or a higher education institution, this Master of Education in Administration of Higher Education program will prepare them for a successful career.
What is understanding and how does it vary from knowledge? What do we need pupils to comprehend and be able to do? How will we know that pupils really understand and can use knowledge in an important way? How can we plan courses to guarantee understanding? Pedagogy investigates these questions and gives practical solutions for teachers. Bircham University’s Education & Pedagogy program considers not only the "how" but also the "what" and the "why" of teaching. Pedagogy (the science of teaching) is part of the vital comprehension of all teachers: a sound understanding of pedagogy is pivotal to all good teaching and education.
Subjects covered on this course include: Child Observation & Guidance, Language Acquisition, Educational Psychology, Education & Pedagogy, Educational Technology, Gifted & Talented Children, Design of Learning Systems, Classroom & Teaching Strategies, Methods of Evaluation, Applied Educational Technologies, Childhood Education, Learning & Memory Development, Cognitive Development, Special Education and Children Education Programs. Subjects account for 3 academic credits each.
The Education & Pedagogy course is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree levels.
Bircham University’s Educational Administration program is created to furnish teachers and educational administrators with the skills required for human resource management, teacher evaluation, decision-making, leadership, organization and public relations. The learnt skills will allow educators to address the issues and dilemmas that influence many educational systems. The Educational Administration program also examines diversity and change, curricula, culture, effective teaching strategies and supervision of instruction.
Subjects covered on this course include: Academic Affairs, Student Activities, Training Programs, Educational Budget & Finance, Educational Planning, Multilingual Children, Children Education Programs, Educational Administration and Educational Law & Ethics. Subjects account for 3 academic credits each.
The Educational Administration course is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree programs levels.
Bircham University’s Educational Technology program delivers effectual theory and research centred strategies to incorporate technological tools and technology-based systems into classroom methods. The program is designed from a teacher's point of view. It appraises the qualities and advantages of the available computer technology options to teachers while delivering numerous applications. The Educational Technology program successfully combines instructional design methods, principles, media and computing. Furthermore, it uses a learner-centric approach that concentrates on designing strong instructions that are augmented technologically to boost learning. The program teaches the theories and applications of educational technology.
Subjects covered on this course include: Educational Technology, Classroom Technology
Design of Learning Systems, Applied Educational Technologies, Software & Hardware Management, Disabilities & Assistive Technology and Management Information Systems. Subjects account for 3 academic credits each.
The Educational Technology module is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree program levels.