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Becoming a teacher at Meredith College is a win-win process: you major in one of the majors available at Meredith, decide on whether you want to be a birth-kindergarten or elementary teacher; a middle or secondary teacher in one of the core areas; a career and technical education teacher in family and consumer sciences; a K-12 licensed teacher in one of the arts, health and physical education, or Spanish. At Meredith, you receive a strong liberal arts education through the General Education program, study your content, then you take courses in the professional teacher licensure program. You will have an in depth understanding of the content you will teach and your professional education courses will prepare you to teach by learning to design instruction for all students, execute effective lessons, and assess not only your students but also your teaching. You can begin taking required licensure courses as a sophomore, and after taking one education course, you can apply to the teacher education program.
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All areas of teaching are expected to grow during the next 10 years. Employment growth will vary by region and area of licensure.
Meredith's teacher education program »
The faculty and staff in the Department of Education work closely with public school teachers and administrators. This helps us design programs to prepare you for real classrooms. We see you as a future teacher-leader!