Teacher Education at KWC
If you are searching for a challenging career that will allow you to make a significant impact on people and the future of society, then you’ve come to the right place!
Based on the realization that tomorrow's hope lies with today's teachers, the Kentucky Wesleyan Teacher Education program provides experiences designed to develop teacher-leaders capable of facing a diverse, ever-changing world.
Service begins early in the teacher education experience, and although you are required to complete 90-154 hours of field and clinical experiences depending on your major and area of emphasis, many students far exceed this requirement in their service to local schools and youth organizations.
Check out these links for more specific information on each program:
- Elementary Education
- Middle Grades Education
- Secondary Education
Requirements and Documents
Additional information, degree requirements, suggested four-year plan, and course descriptions are located in the KWC Bulletin (Catalog). Please click here and then access the degree or program via the bookmarks on the left of the page.
Student Handbook - Teacher Education at KWC, Revised Spring 2015
KWC's Conceptual Framework for Education
KWC Student Teaching Handbook, Revised Fall 2013
The Teacher Education program sponsors the Kentucky Education Association Student Program (KEA-SP) with Dr. Kristina Krampe as faculty advisor.
KEA-SP provides opportunities for candidates to demonstrate leadership and service to the community and profession. Professional development conferences/workshops are offered through the state and local chapters during each semester.
Dr. Martha O'Bryan, Associate Professor of Middle School Education
Chair - Professional Studies Division
Faculty Office Building #15
- Meet more Education faculty and staff