- Understand the foundation of the education system in the United States and the state of Arkansas.
- Fulfill ethics in teaching and federal and state laws regarding education.
- Develop and demonstrate the knowledge, pedagogical skills, and professional dispositions necessary to help all students learn.
- Comprehend environmental and hereditary effects on cognitive, affective, psychomotor, and social-linguistic development of typically and atypically developing children from conception to middle childhood of diverse cultural backgrounds within and outside the United States.
- Observe and evaluate children's development and recognize developmental delays.
- Create strategies to differentiate instruction to meet all student's learning needs.
- Comply with laws pertaining to disabled children and special accommodations that education facilities are required to make according to the Americans with Disabilities Act.
- Obtain a sound liberal arts education to transition into a bachelor's degree in Teacher Education Program.
- Apply the skills and knowledge acquired through observations, classroom activities, class discussions, and text to a real-world classroom setting.
- Day care, kindergarten, elementary, mid-level, high school and special education instructor
- Arkansas State University-Jonesboro
- University of Central Arkansas
- Harding University
- University of Arkansas Monticello
Amber Bramlett | Assistant Professor of Education
Beebe Campus | England Center 109
Penny Cook | Instructor of Education
Beebe Campus | England Center 104
Emily Harris | Instructor of Education
Heber Campus | Academic Center 120
Teddy Davis | Dean of Arts & Humanities
Associate Professor of Political Science and Geography
Beebe Campus | Owen Center 135-C