Learn essential skills to reach your students and more effectively maximize their learning.
Receive individualized coaching to manage/organize yourself, your time, and your classroom.
Belong to a cohort of likeminded professionals who support one another throughout the education process.
Gain the confidence needed to blaze the trail to become not just a better teacher, but a teacher leader.
EDU 223: Learners and Learning in the 21st Century
EDU 321: Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment for Residency Teachers
EDU 451: Classroom Management
GEN 290: Critical Conversations
EDU 225: Introduction to Exceptional Children
EDU 320: Language Arts and Social Studies for Lateral-Entry Teachers
MTH 210: Fundamental Concepts of Mathematics *
EDU 361: Elementary Reading *
EDU 439: Math and Science Methods for Residency Teachers
GEN 301: General Education Capstone
EDU 331: Teaching Diverse Learner for Residency Teachers
EDU 333: Instructional Technology for Residency Teachers
SWK 345: Racial and Ethnic Relations
EDU 303: Children's and Adolescent Literature
EDU 421: Mastering the edTPA
EDU 452: Education Capstone
EDU 453: Submitting the edTPA *
EDU 470: Student Teaching
* These courses are designed to help students prepare for licensure tests and passing the edTPA.
NOTE: Barton College core courses for Elementary Education must be fulfilled, so additional core courses may be required. A minimum of 56 credits of prior coursework is required. A minimum of 126 semester hours is required for graduation. Of those 126 hours, a minimum of 32 hours must be taken at Barton College. All licensure tests and edTPA must be passed for completion.