Exploring Teaching Careers Learning Community

Do you have a passion for education? In this learning community, future secondary education and special education teachers develop an understanding of teaching and professionalism. You will develop a sense of community and commitment, and begin to understand the profession of teaching. You will begin your racial equity journey, which is the foundation of the College of Education program. 

Fall Courses

(enrollment in all courses is required unless college credit is already earned for the course or an academic advisor recommends changes):

  • FYEX 100: First Year Seminar
  • HLTH 240: Introduction to Drug Education
  • KSP 150: Exploring Careers in Education

Spring Courses

(enrollment in all courses is required unless college credit is already earned for the course or an academic advisor recommends changes):

  • GEOG 100: Elements of Geography
  • MATH 112: College Algebra OR
    MATH 201: Elements of Math I
  • SPED 108: Human Service and Disabilities OR
    ED101: Introduction to Critical Race Theory in Education

Where you'll live

We encourage you to live on campus with others in your Learning Community because that's where much of your networking and informal learning takes place. However, we understand that is not ideal for all students.

If you choose the Learning Community housing, you will be assigned to renovated double room (Crawford A, B, D, McElroy E, F, H or Preska I).  Renovated rooms have in-room air-conditioning and share a community bathroom with the floor. Learning Community students are housed with other students in the same learning community.

If you do not choose the learning community housing and plan to live on campus, it will be your responsibility to choose a housing location after the time-slot provided to you by Residential Life.

 

Meet the Faculty

Tracy Stokes-Hernandez

Learning Community Coordinator

Exploring Teaching Careers

Meet the Exploring Teaching Careers Learning Community Coordinator.