Middle Level Education (Grades 4-9)
Middle Level Education Fundamentals
Middle school teachers expand students’ educations by delving deeper into subjects taught in elementary, middle and junior high schools, and introducing them to more information about the world.
- Core curriculum combines theory and practice to prepare you for licensure to work in elementary, middle or junior high schools.
- are innovative and interactive
- win teaching awards
- use multimedia technology to enhance classroom learning
The College of Education offers a variety of resources for its students, including:
- Literacy Center
- Center for Child Development
- Center for Urban Education
Real World Experience
- You will participate in at least 100 hours of field-based experiences in a variety of diverse settings prior to student teaching.
- The culminating experience for teacher education is student teaching, under the supervision of College of Education faculty and a classroom teacher.
Education Student Organizations
- Akron Council of Education Students
- Student Council for Exceptional Children
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Degrees and Preparation
A degree in Middle Level Education paves the way to teach in elementary, middle or junior high schools. Most middle school teachers specialize in two subject areas, such as language arts, mathematics, social studies or science.
The federal government predicts job opportunities for teachers will be excellent in many parts of the country, particularly:
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
The Career Center creates links among students, alumni and local professionals. You will have access to:
- Career Resource Library
- computer stations for resume writing and employment research
- UA Career Fairs