It will prepare you to serve in non-traditional educational positions such as community leader, youth development coordinator, corporate trainer, or director of a non-profit.
The College of Education sponsors a trip to the Kennedy Space Center NASA to provide College of Education students with STEM professional development that they can use in lesson planning and future instruction. The Spring NASA trip consisted of experiences such as a professional development workshop, exploring the Atlantis exhibit, Goddard Rocket Garden, Heroes and … Continue reading Professional Development for Teachers
The AFC Region IV Spring Conference will be held at St. Petersburg College’s EPI Center on April 28, 2017. The Associate of Florida Colleges (AFC) is the professional association for employees at the 28 Florida College System institutions. It serves as the advocacy organization for issues that are important college personnel like: Funding Retirement Continuing … Continue reading AFC Region IV Spring Conference at SPC April 28
Future educators and members of the St. Petersburg College of Education Student Florida Education Association recently had the opportunity to meet new people in the field of education and attend a leadership conference. Those who attended the conference went to breakout sessions on topics such as institutional racism, accomplished teaching, service leadership, interviews, classroom management and loan … Continue reading Future Educators Learn Lessons In Leadership
Do want to make a difference and change the future? Then St. Petersburg College is challenging you – become teachers and role models for our most important resource, our children. There is an urgent need for K-12 teachers in education. Learn more at an information session this week – Thursday, Feb. 2, at SPC’s Clearwater Campus. If … Continue reading Fill an urgent need for K-12 teachers
Motivation and Resources a Deciding Factor for Aspiring Educator: I knew that I wanted to go back to school, but I did not want a degree that didn’t lead to a career. I knew that I really wanted to work with children and thought about becoming a teacher. Becoming a teacher gives me a preferred schedule without … Continue reading Motivation, Resources in Education for Rebecca
SPC Elementary Education graduate Kristen Lintz, a kindergarten teacher at Pinellas Park Elementary School, was nominated for the 2016-2017 National LifeChanger of the Year Award. Lifechanger nominations are for the first rate K-12 public and private school teachers across the United States who are making a difference in students’ lives. Kristen graduated from SPC’s College of … Continue reading Making a difference key for Elementary Education grad