Learning to build strong relationship connections helps students improve their interpersonal skills, allowing them to excel both in and out of the classroom.
Alexander Crummell, Edward A. Bouchet and Ramona Edelin are among those African American History Month heroes honored at a Tarpon Springs Campus display celebrating African American history this February.
One of the things we build into our program in the College of Education is using interactive sites to build and reinforce math skills. Our goal is to provide a broad set of experiences which are both practical and current. To find activities which support this idea we often turn to the internet. While there … Continue reading Build Math Skills on Internet and Fun Too!
The Career Services Department at the St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus is hosting an Education Career Exploration Workshop for education majors and those considering the education field on Tuesday, Feb. 6, from 12:30 – 2 p.m. in SA-135.
Educator Prep Institutes are designed for baccalaureate degree holders to become certified teachers. If you have a non-education Bachelor’s degree or are a career changer considering an alternative route — become a quality educator! The College of Education at SPC has the perfect state-approved program for you. St. Petersburg College’s (SPC) Educator Preparation Institute (EPI) is … Continue reading Alternative Route to Teaching – Educator Prep Institute
Considering different career options and trying to figure out if teaching is right for you? Interested in non-teaching leadership positions? SPC is hosting an Education Open House event on Feb. 7 at the Clearwater Campus, Room ES-104.
The best teachers have IT (Inspirational Teacher): The inspirational factor it takes to be a successful teacher by being fully invested and making learning fun.
Student Florida Education Association College of Education students at SPC recently participated in STEM training at Sea World where they learned about sea turtle rescue efforts.
Students at SPC’s Seminole Campus took a walk in someone else’s shoes – part of a class diversity experience designed to give them a better understanding of others’ struggles.
By Dr. Cher Gauweiler Nancy Davenport enjoys the kid connections she has made at Calusa Elementary in Pasco County. I had the privilege of interviewing a former student who graduated from the College of Education in May 2013 with an Exceptional Student Education degree. Now, in her fifth year of … Continue reading Kid Connections – Exceptional Ed Grad Interview