The Culver-Stockton Teacher Education Program prepares teacher candidates with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to become successful, caring, reflective practitioners in public and private PK-12 classrooms.C:\fakepath\englishEDQuote.png

Education Specializations:

Elementary Education: Grades 1-6
Secondary Education: Grades 9-12
Art: Grades K-12
Music: Grades K-12
Physical Education: Grades K-12

Education Add-ons

Early Childhood Education: Birth-Grade 3
Middle School Education: Grades 5-9

Fast Facts:

  • Students gain hands-on classroom teaching experience in a simulated classroom with area school children.
  • Students acquire the knowledge to create an effective learning environment by tutoring in a simulated classroom, participating in professional conferences and developing and delivering formal lessons.
  • Students learn innovative teaching methods, observe classrooms in action and gain teaching experience.
  • Students develop proficiency in educational technology.
  • Students have the opportunity to participate in professional development seminars and workshops on campus and through professional organizations.

Student Organizations:

Culver-Stockton Teacher Organization (CSTO)


Diana King
Assistant Professor of Education and Department Chair of Education
Phone: (573) 288-6433

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