No matter the path you take in the College of Education, Health & Human Studies, you’re going to impact lives. That’s a big responsibility. Fortunately, we build our curriculum so that when you graduate, you’re experienced, well-versed, and confident. The work you’ll do is too important for anything less.
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The EDvolution Center is a technology and resource facility dedicated to providing an experiential learning environment for students that fosters expanded problem-solving and critical thinking skills through hands-on interactions with emerging, state-of-the-art technology. You can apply any number of technology solutions to the task at hand.
Center for Speech & Hearing
The Center for Speech and Hearing provides comprehensive diagnostic and intervention services for communication disorders for all ages. The Center gives Southeast students the unique opportunity of seeing clients for therapy sessions in addition to completing a clinical practicum.
University School for Young Children
The USYC is an academic center for the training and education of students in early childhood education, child development and psychology. The Center also supports childcare services for student-parents which is a proven method for retention of students at universities.
The Autism Center provides diagnostic evaluations and re-evaluations (infants through adulthood), assessment for treatment planning, behavior therapies, and interventions. The Center provides a number of internship and practicum opportunities for students in speech/language, counseling, psychology, and more.
Reading RecoveryReading Recovery® is a highly effective short-term intervention of one-to-one tutoring for low-achieving first graders. The intervention is most effective when made available to all students who need it and when used as a supplement to good classroom teaching. Southeast students gain valuable experience working with the students.
RPDCThe Southeast Regional Professional Development Center is one of nine regional professional development centers established by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. The RPDC supports teacher learning and career development and is a valuable resource and training ground for students.
A.P.P.L.E. ProjectThe APPLE Project is an older adult outreach program that helps seniors with paperwork. It provides hands-on training for Child and Family Studies students in working with this age community while making meaningful contributions.
Horizons Enrichment CenterThe Horizons Enrichment Center is designed to encourage independence and community interaction for individuals with special needs. The program provides supportive programming each day by teaching basic life skill lessons, offering a variety of services. It also offers Southeast students hands-on learning experiences.
Prevention Resource Center
The Prevention Resource Center helps communities prevent substance misuse and gives students the opportunity to work on numerous community-based initiatives, training, and events.
Lift for Life Academy
Southeast sponsors a charter school in St. Louis. The Academy serves 750 students in pre-K-12 grades. The school is also a great resource for Southeast education students wanting to gain critical field experience.