June 03, 2020
The Department of Teacher Education offers several paths to earning a teaching license at the undergraduate and master's levels; endorsements, professional development, and master's degrees for current teachers; and doctoral programs emphasizing research and teacher preparation.
Our programs are grounded in national and state standards, embrace the clinical model with a strong connection to field experiences, and emphasize a commitment to equity, justice, and diversity.
June 03, 2020
May 01, 2020
Kaitlynn Kirkpatrick, a junior Early Childhood Education major, has been working full-time at a COVID-19 approved daycare center in The Plains, Ohio. She is also a member of the Air National Guard.
April 07, 2020
The Patton College of Education has developed the Remote Teaching Series: Engaging Students with Technology. As we navigate the challenges of online instruction, these hour-long online presentations will discuss innovations in teaching with technology—what is working and what isn’t. Sessions will occur bi-monthly durin...
How do you keep our youngest learners engaged when you are unable to be in a classroom together? Ohio University’s Child Development Center has been working to answer that question.
The Patton College of Education Associate Professor of Instruction Lisa Williams is sewing 576 masks—four gross—to donate to OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital in Athens.
Dr. Yahn will present, “What Worked Well in Transitioning to Fully Online Education. This series is open to Ohio University and the community at noon, Monday, April 6 on Microsoft Teams.
Madison Elementary teachers haven't stopped teaching or impacting their students during the coronavirus pandemic. The Columbus-area school employs five Patton College of Education alumnae.
Aspire provides free services for individuals who need assistance acquiring skills to be successful in post-secondary education, training, and employment.