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elementary education

Overview

 

For the person who likes children, few career options offer more challenging and rewarding opportunities than elementary teaching. Nurturing the learning of grade school children serves not only children, but their parents and society as well. Elementary teachers must receive sound preparation to be prepared for opportunities to influence the lives of others so profoundly.

 

The program at the University of Great Falls prepares prospective elementary teachers for successful teaching at all grade levels by providing thorough and balanced training in both teaching methods and content knowledge.  

 

Elementary Education majors must take an approved concentration or complete a second major in Special Education. Concentration options are art, communication arts, gifted and talented education, health and physical education, mathematics, reading instruction, science and social science.

  

Faculty

 

Jean Barragan

Ann Bartell
Porter Coggins
Joe Fontana
Jann Leppein

Candice Moench

Tom Raunig
Angel Turoski
 

 

Curriculum Planners  

 

 

Elementary Education Major Curriculum Planner

 

Communication Arts Concentration  

 

Gifted and Talented Education Concentration Curriculum Planner

 

Reading Instruction Minor Curriculum Planner

 

Reading Instruction Concentration Curriculum Planner

 

Science Concentration Curriculum Planner

 

Social Science Concentration Curriculum Planner

 

Special Education Concentration Curriculum Planner

     

 
 

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