Future Teachers Can Take Two New Education Classes
February 7, 2017
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Two education classes will be available as an elective to students during the 2017-2018 school year. Intro to Education will be offered first semester and Technology in Education, second.
“In order to take an education class you have to be a junior or senior. In order to be accepted into any education class, you have to be in good standing educationally,” Brenda Stalder, teacher, said.
If you’re interested in teaching or becoming a school counselor or school psychologist, then an education class is something you should consider. However, it is noted that good grades and essential credits are important upon enrollment.
Stalder said the new education classes are college level courses because “the classwork follows the John Wood curriculum.”
The education classes will also allow students to acquire dual credits. This means that students will be able to receive high school and college credits.
Both classes will be offered 8th hour.