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The College of Education leads the state in preparing educators, leaders and counselors
to be first year ready for the challenges of the respective profession. We offer highly
integrated field or clinical experiences across our programs to provide real world
application of effective practice. We also provide students a technology rich learning
environment with our EDvolution iPad integration for all of our undergraduate students.
Explore our pages to decide if you are ready to join our EDvolution.
We are also proud of our Freshman Learning Communities. These are designed to help
explore education as a major and prepare our freshman for successful entry in to the
college. Check out Tomorrow's Teachers and Secondary Scholars to see which one might be right for you.
A dedication ceremony of Southeast Missouri State University’s EDvolution Center is planned for 2 p.m. Aug. 31 in Scully Building on the Southeast campus. EDvolution® is an initiative of the College of Education to develop graduates – future educators — who are technologically competent and model 21st century teaching techniques. Central to the initiative is a […]
Southeast Missouri State University graduate student Heather Ray of Portageville, Missouri, has traveled to Peru and back this summer and participated in the Southeast Regional Professional Development Center’s Migrant and English Language Learner (MELL) summer school program, all in an effort to immerse herself in the Spanish language so she can better connect with her […]
It was the final night … and an experience like no other. Parent Night. An evening for sharing and a time for celebration. This was the highlight of Christi Williams’ summer experience as an aide assisting with the preschool and kindergarten classroom during the Migrant Summer School Program in the Clarkton C-4 School District in Clarkton, […]
Alma Schrader School seven-year-old Isaiah Lee struggled with pronouncing words, discriminating sounds, rhyming and reading in general, but after he came to “college” last spring semester, his family has seen a world of difference. “I love it,” says his mother, Lauren Lee, who said she looks forward to Isaiah continuing in Read to Succeed Plus […]