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Early Childhood Education and Elementary Education
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Early Childhood and Elementary Education Student Resources

  • Office of Field Placement
    The Office of Field Placement is responsible for accepting and evaluating requests for field observations, clinical experiences, and student teaching. We collaborate with local schools, businesses, and programs to find placements, and provide continuous communication, assessment, and feedback during the process. We believe that students will be better prepared for their professional careers by being involved in clinical experiences that will expose them to a variety of cultures, economic backgrounds, and diverse settings. This will foster professional growth that will positively affect their abilities to become consummate professionals.

  • Office of Educational Support Services 
    Our purpose is to avail students with access to program and credentialing information and services at their convenience through technological enhancements. To provide information, support and resources to students and faculty engaged in initial and professional school-based programs for classroom, pupil services and educational leadership roles.

  • Office of Professional Development Services
    Through the Office of Professional Development Services (OPDS), the School of Education annually sponsors or co-sponsors a variety of workshops and conferences that serve as professional development for educators in schools.

  • Services for Students with Disabilities
    Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) arranges academic accommodations and provides support for students with physical, learning and/or psychological disabilities. 

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