Preparing Students to Become Effective Educators
Welcome to the Moore School of Education, where there are two distinct career/ministry paths, each one undergirded by a strong core of biblical and general education courses. First, there is the educational path, which studies early childhood and K-12 education. This path advances an understanding of the effective processes needed in child and adolescent learning. This path trains individuals as elementary, health/PE, music, and secondary English teachers. The second path is for deaf interpreting, which prepares individuals to be skilled communicators/interpreters in a variety of settings.
Students in these programs will have the opportunity to learn and develop the professional, personal, and spiritual dispositions necessary to be effective teachers or interpreters. These skills develop under the supervision of an experienced and qualified faculty. However, becoming a teacher or interpreter is much more than simply taking a series of courses. It also involves many hours of supervised practical experiences and passing appropriate professional exams.
Master of Education
Alfred Edward Smith, a 2017 graduate of Carolina University’s PhD in Leadership program, is launching an online resourcing program called “Black Dad University”. Leadership, image, and building healthy relationships are a few of the topics addressed to help dads build life and legacy into their children. Alfred and his wife are parents to six children […]
Please join us in congratulating the lifelong leaders Dr. John and Mrs. April Lindsey, and distinguished administrator Dr. Beth Ashburn. Contribute to the honoree fund today as we honor their legacy and ministry to help students succeed. This lasting gift honors their beloved cause; our students.
Culturally Responsive Teaching for Addressing Difficult Topics in Classroom Dr. EunJung KimAssistant Professor of EducationMoore School of Education The Moore School of Education prepares pre-service teachers to teach all students using culturally responsive teaching. This includes being able to skillfully address the emotional and physical well-being of students as well as equitable choice of curriculum […]