The College of St. Scholastica
1200 Kenwood Avenue
Duluth, MN 55811
TTY/TDD: (218) 723-6790
Brenda Fischer, Ed.D.
Tower Hall, Room 3103
CSS/Churchill Teaching Immersion Program
- The School of Education (SOE) fosters high academic standards, technological literacy, collaborative partnerships and a diverse learner perspective throughout its programs.
- Faculty members have significant K-12 teaching and administrative experience, allowing them to bring real-world perspective to their students.
- The SOE offers multiple placements for students, significant opportunities for professional development, collaborative consultation, mentoring relationships, common experiences for students, exposure to best practices for teaching and learning, and shared research projects.
- The SOE’s licensure programs are designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills and dispositions characteristic of effective teachers.
- Programs are rich in early and ongoing field experiences and reflective practice, which lead to more effective learning by our students and the students they work with.
- Middle/secondary (grades 5-12) licensure program completers apply for licensures in communication arts and literature (English), social studies, mathematics, life science (biology) or chemistry after completing academic majors in their areas of study, and all SOE program required courses.
- K-12 licensures are available in Spanish, instrumental music, vocal music and library media specialist.
- Curriculum is designed to correspond to the Minnesota Board of Teaching Standards of Effective Practice.
- The College's education programs are nationally accredited by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) and have received continuing approval by the Minnesota Board of Teaching.
100 percent of the undergraduate teacher candidates who graduated and received their MN Teaching License in 2013-14 now have teaching jobs.
- Middle/Secondary and K-12 licensure requires completion of a teacher preparation major offered by one of the following departments: English, history, mathematics, biology or chemistry.
- Spanish and music education and library media specialist programs result in a K-12 license.
- The program's curriculum is designed to comply with recent (2012) changes in licensure requirements.
Students in the secondary education program must complete 14 credits of student teaching in nearby middle and high schools during their senior year. Excellent local schools, both public and private, are happy to work with St. Scholastica students.