The Elementary Education program at William Penn University creates an organized learning experience designed to establish academic excellence. Professors produce leaders by leading exercises pertaining to social responsibility and group interaction. Team synergy is practiced so Elementary Education majors practice their critical thinking ability to format instructional exercise.
Students of the William Penn University Elementary Education program are placed regularly in an elementary school setting to demonstrate their effectiveness in a K–6 environment. The Elementary Education program is designed to facilitate key concepts within an elementary environment, while applying experience to better prepare students for future teaching opportunities.
At William Penn, we understand completing your education degree on our traditional campus may not be an option for you. That’s why we offer a Distance Learning program, specifically designed for those busy individuals who want to earn an elementary education degree or endorsement, on their own terms. With the use of an online platform and the dedication of our instructors, our Distance Learning program offers you the flexible scheduling you need to achieve your goals.
After completing this program students will have developed complex problem solving skills and effective communication abilities, allowing them to be reflective practitioners in their classrooms. Recent graduates of the William Penn Elementary Elementary Education program have been employed with the following schools:
(Practicum and Student Teaching)
Classroom experience provides preparation in teacher development. Students are required to enhance their teaching qualifications by assisting local elementary teachers in a professional setting. Once their education process is complete, students are then required to teach K–6 students for 16 week supports. Students practice their behavioral management, organization, and classroom management skills in a professional classroom environment. With hands-on experience in an elementary setting, education students are ready to begin their careers shortly after completion of education requirements. Recent student teachers have been assigned to the following area school districts:
We are proud of the collaborative partnership we have with our local school districts. Our highly qualified Education TEAM strives to deliver an outstanding education for every student.
As one of the oldest buildings on the university campus, Penn Hall has undergone several transformations over the years; both structurally and functionality. Classrooms are located on all four stories, along with administrative offices located on the second level. All classrooms are easily accessible and are equipped with the tools and technology needed for students to be successful.
Students of the Elementary Education program will take the following courses:
Other Required Courses for Elementary Education