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Summer Institute Courses

Summer Institute Courses image

Published: May 10, 2019

This summer, Ohio Christian University is offering summer courses that will help K-12 and undergraduate instructors work towards a graduate degree. The institute gives instructors the opportunity to earn degrees and gain knowledge in a shorter period of time. Each course lasts for six weeks and counts as three credit hours. There will be two separate six-week terms throughout the summer. The cost of these graduate level classes is $990 per course. There is a simple application and approval process for the program. The University will also be offering special topic classes that count
This summer, Ohio Christian University is offering summer courses that will help K-12 and undergraduate instructors work towards a graduate degree. The institute gives instructors the opportunity to earn degrees and gain knowledge in a shorter period of time. Each course lasts for six weeks and counts as three credit hours. There will be two separate six-week terms throughout the summer. The
This summer, Ohio Christian University is offering summer courses that will help K-12 and undergraduate instructors work towards a graduate degree. The institute gives instructors the opportunity

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Teacher Ed Department Meeting Spring 2018 image

Teacher Ed Department Meeting Spring 2018

Teacher Ed Department Meeting Spring 2018 image

Published: March 2, 2018

The Teacher Education Department met for their spring meeting to discuss updates within the programs and also for reminders of very important information. There was also an announcement of European trip to Finland and Sweden in May 2019. Current and future education students will have the opportunity to travel to Finnish and Swedish schools to observe and interact with their students and educational settings that are considered to be #1 in the world, as well as sightsee and experience the culture during their time there.          
The Teacher Education Department met for their spring meeting to discuss updates within the programs and also for reminders of very important information. There was also an announcement of European trip to Finland and Sweden in May 2019. Current and future education students will have the opportunity to travel to Finnish and Swedish schools to observe and interact with their students and
The Teacher Education Department met for their spring meeting to discuss updates within the programs and also for reminders of very important information. There was also an announcement of European
Night to Shine

Students Gain Empathy in Tim Tebow’s Night to Shine

Night to Shine

Published: March 1, 2018

By Amber Ginter Ohio Christian University Teacher Education students and faculty participated in Tim Tebow Foundation’s Night to Shine in Circleville Vineyard Church in February.  The event gave opportunities to show love and support to those with disabilities.  Night to Shine is a prom where everyone can participate, delivering fun, dancing, music, food, and normalcy.  Created to embrace those with exceptionalities so that they feel loved and special, the event enables participants to show kindness in the spirit of Christian faith. “It was a Christian event. Yet, you need not be a
By Amber Ginter Ohio Christian University Teacher Education students and faculty participated in Tim Tebow Foundation’s Night to Shine in Circleville Vineyard Church in February.  The event gave opportunities to show love and support to those with disabilities.  Night to Shine is a prom where everyone can participate, delivering fun, dancing, music, food, and normalcy.  Created to embrace
By Amber Ginter Ohio Christian University Teacher Education students and faculty participated in Tim Tebow Foundation’s Night to Shine in Circleville Vineyard Church in February.  The event gave
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Preparing Super Teachers for Tough-Love Challenges

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Published: February 20, 2018

In 2018, OCU’s Teacher Education Department is participating in classroom management skills training that addresses student development deficits.  Focusing on issues that impact learning, such as effects of divorce, poverty, and substance abuse, requires equipping teachers with proven intervention skills. To enable Teacher Education majors to succeed in this challenge, OCU is hosting a training workshop on trauma-informed care led by Pickaway County Board of Disabilities on June 4th and 5th.  Mandated by the State of Ohio, this practicum is offered for any teacher in Ohio at no cost
In 2018, OCU’s Teacher Education Department is participating in classroom management skills training that addresses student development deficits.  Focusing on issues that impact learning, such as effects of divorce, poverty, and substance abuse, requires equipping teachers with proven intervention skills. To enable Teacher Education majors to succeed in this challenge, OCU is hosting a
In 2018, OCU’s Teacher Education Department is participating in classroom management skills training that addresses student development deficits.  Focusing on issues that impact learning, such as
Student Profile:  AYA Math Teacher Ed Major Leads by Example  image

Student Profile: AYA Math Teacher Ed Major Leads by Example

Student Profile:  AYA Math Teacher Ed Major Leads by Example  image

Published: December 26, 2017

Clarissa Crowley, one of the first Adolescence to Young Adult Education (AYA) Mathematics majors at Ohio Christian University, set her sights high when she decided to major in STEM education to transform young lives. Serving as a ‘guinea pig’ for the new AYA curriculum with its advanced, yet enticing, and rigorous materials, Crowley’s goal for herself is not only propelling her into the future, but also enabling her to demonstrate faith-based leadership to her peers. Becoming a servant leader wasn’t always in the cards for Crowley.  Higher education seemed unobtainable to her until a
Clarissa Crowley, one of the first Adolescence to Young Adult Education (AYA) Mathematics majors at Ohio Christian University, set her sights high when she decided to major in STEM education to transform young lives. Serving as a ‘guinea pig’ for the new AYA curriculum with its advanced, yet enticing, and rigorous materials, Crowley’s goal for herself is not only propelling her into the
Clarissa Crowley, one of the first Adolescence to Young Adult Education (AYA) Mathematics majors at Ohio Christian University, set her sights high when she decided to major in STEM education to
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Teacher Education Students Attend MLA Conference

Teacher Education Students Attend MLA Conference image

Published: November 28, 2017

On Thursday November 2, 2017, many of our Middle Childhood Education majors attended the Ohio Middle Level Association Conference in Columbus, Ohio. The annual conference is held for Ohio teachers of grades 4-9. Ohio Christian University Professor of Social Studies and Language Arts Methods, Jayne Stevenson, and Professor of Science and Math Methods, Rolanda Hurtt, organized and invited their students to attend the conference as pre-service educators for networking and learning more about this always changing, and ever more important profession. OCU students attended workshops and
On Thursday November 2, 2017, many of our Middle Childhood Education majors attended the Ohio Middle Level Association Conference in Columbus, Ohio. The annual conference is held for Ohio teachers of grades 4-9. Ohio Christian University Professor of Social Studies and Language Arts Methods, Jayne Stevenson, and Professor of Science and Math Methods, Rolanda Hurtt, organized and invited
On Thursday November 2, 2017, many of our Middle Childhood Education majors attended the Ohio Middle Level Association Conference in Columbus, Ohio. The annual conference is held for Ohio teachers