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Teaching Careers

Designed to allow students true teaching experiences and opportunities for learning at various levels, while partnering with local schools to complete observation hours and assignments related to the course work.

Teaching Careers Mission Statement

"Our mission is to combine high quality education and hands-on experiences to prepare and develop students in teaching, leadership, and life-long learning."​

 

Teaching Careers Program

The Teaching Careers program is a one-year program open to seniors in high school.  The program is designed to allow students true teaching experiences and opportunities for learning at various levels, while partnering with local schools to complete observation hours and assignments related to the course work.
In addition to the hands-on opportunities, students will also be engaged in academic coursework that is relevant to becoming a teacher.
Students will engage in topics related to child development, teaching and learning, and classroom, instructional strategies.

 

Areas of Training

  • Student Development
  • College and Career Planning
  • Classroom Management
  • Philosophies of Education
  • Professional Organization Affiliation
  • Foundations of Education
  • School Law and Ethics
  • Instructing Diverse Learners
  • Digital Citizenship

 

2020-21 Teaching Careers

Teaching Careers Morning Class

Front row, left to right: Kayla Canania and Kira Hey.
Middle row, left to right: Arianna Hill, Avery Street, Paige Fenwick, Terri McPhee, Alyssa Warnecke and Emily Frick.
Back row, left to right: Emma Riegel, Jayce Clark, Abigail Redd, Gabrielle Riegel, Madalyn Uetz, Carlee Bocklage and Raeanne Pecka.
Not pictured: Hattie Jenner, Cecilia Butler, Katie Rushing and Alexis Lewis.

 

Teaching Careers Afternoon Class
Front row, from left: Ashlyn Harty and Shelby Bishop.
Middle row, from left: Abigail Dewert, Hope Ramsey, Owen Bartlett, Madyson Coomes and Abigail Ebersohl.
Back row, from left: Margaret Chalem, Alexis Self, Ryan Hoerstkamp, Gretchen Overman, Gabrielle Mesler and Madelyn Holtmeyer.
Not pictured: Ariel Pettis, Jillian Stigge and Sarah Trombley.

 

Teaching Careers Officers

Morning Officers
From left are Treasurer Alyssa Warnecke, President Emily Frick, Secretary Abigail Redd and Vice President Raeanne Pecka.

 

Afternoon Officers
From left are President Abigail Dewert, Secretary Gretchen Overman, Vice President Abigail Ebersohl, and Treasurer Madyson Coomes.

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