Change the present, change the future. Become an elementary teacher.
The time is now to change the lives of kindergarten through sixth grade (K-6) children forever.
From your first experiential learning in a supervised field setting to your culminating clinical experience, you will be supported to foster identity-safe, asset-based spaces for diverse children and their families. A focus on Trauma-Informed Practices, differentiated learning, and instructional technology is infused throughout your studies.
Our faculty bring a range of specializations to support your impactful teaching across all K-6 content areas: literacy, math, social studies, and science. You’ll learn to foster children’s inquiry-based thinking and critical thinking skills—whether in mathematics, science, or social studies. You’ll develop professional knowledge for expanding the languages and literacies of children through an asset-based lens in both reading and writing. Throughout your program, you’ll be supported through intentionally-paired methods courses and supervised clinical field experiences.
Our programs offer differentiated pathways for students with varying interests. Connect with an advisor to learn more!
Join us in investing in your professional growth toward impacting today’s generation of diverse K-6 children and the future of their communities.