The Department of Teacher Education has a comprehensive logistical plan established in accordance with national and state standards in order to ensure the effectiveness of graduates. This conceptual framework identifies three focus areas for teacher education: knowledge, practice, and professionalism. Using the knowledge acquired in classrooms and in fieldwork, students of the Teacher Education Program will mold themselves into life-long learners and scholars who thrive in the pursuit of knowledge and who can recognize their own areas of needed improvement and work to remedy them. Candidates will practice a variety of instructional and classroom management skills and master ways to enhance learning for all students through technology, differentiated lessons, and data using formative and summative assessments. Chowan University Candidates will demonstrate Professionalism through fair, respectful appreciation for diverse learners, reflect on ways to improve instruction, engage in professional opportunities, and collaborate with colleagues, students, parents, and community members.
All education majors must successfully complete the University and the Department of Teacher Education requirements and pass the Foundations of Reading Test and the Praxis II as required for North Carolina Teaching Licensure. All other content area education majors must take and pass Praxis II for their content area as required for North Carolina Teaching Licensure. All education majors must also take and pass edPTA as required for North Carolina Teaching Licensure.
Chowan University’s Teacher Education Programs is fully approved by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.
Chowan University’s Residency License is a fast-track cohort model designed to assist residency candidates in meeting residency licensure requirements. Participants can complete coursework in as few as six courses with continuous enrollment. To learn more about our program, please view our information packet or contact at email@example.com 252-398-6230.
Ukrainian Refugee Dmytro Yakym Encourages Students to ‘Trust God’ during Chowan Chapel Service
On Wednesday, September 27, Dmytro Yakym from Boryslav, Ukraine, was the guest speaker for Chowan University’s chapel service. Dmytro was born with cerebral palsy. His biological family was unable to take care of him and he was being raised in an orphanage. This is where he first met Billy and Mary Nixon of Tyner, NC .Keep Reading “Ukrainian Refugee Dmytro Yakym Encourages Students to ‘Trust God’ during Chowan Chapel Service”
Baptists on Missions Leaders Relay Messages of Hope During Chowan University’s Taylor Religious Heritage Lectures
Baptists on Missions Executive Director-Treasurer, Richard Brunson was the featured speaker at Chowan University’s annual Taylor Religious Heritage Lecture on Monday, September 19. Student ministry chaplain Brayden Conboy presented Brunson with a check to help Ukrainian refugees. Chowan Christian Service Association (CCSA) and Campus Ministry students hosted concession stands at a recent football game to.Keep Reading “Baptists on Missions Leaders Relay Messages of Hope During Chowan University’s Taylor Religious Heritage Lectures”
2022 Honors College Induction
On the 22nd of September, Chowan University inducted fifty-one students into the Honors College at a ceremony conducted in Vaughan Auditorium. Dr. Whitaker and Prof. Patsy Taylor were guest speakers, while Myesha Faison and Rebekah Lucas spoke on behalf of the Honors College Student Association. The Honors College is a curriculum designed for talented and.Keep Reading “2022 Honors College Induction”
Secretary, Dean of the School of Education and Professional Studies