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Webster University’s Department of Teacher Education is a supportive and inclusive community of educator-scholars committed to providing our students with transformative experiences that impact life-long learning. Our programs cultivate and assess dispositions and professional behaviors related to candidate’ academic engagement and integrity; fairness and respect toward others; commitment to high expectations and support for all learners and demonstrated professional communication and behavior.
Explore below to learn more about this curriculum designed to foster the development of knowledge, skills and dispositions for pre-service teacher candidates in the digital age.
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Webster Awarded $124,000 STEM Educator Grant
The National Science Foundation awarded Webster University with a $124,454 Noyce capacity-building grant. The title of this project is “Laying the Groundwork for Dual-degree Pathways for Educating STEM Teachers Bound for Success,” or Webster Educating STEM Teachers Bound for Success (WESTbound Success).
The Noyce program “provides funding to institutions of higher education to provide scholarships, stipends and programmatic support to recruit and prepare STEM majors and professionals to become K-12 teachers.”
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Highlights from the School of Education
Stephanie Mahfood Named Interim Dean of the School of Education
May 17, 2022
$2.7 Million TESL Program Grant Expected to Exceed Goals
May 12, 2022
In the News: Schuster, Lewis, Palmer, LaFlore, Cooper and Magnus
May 11, 2022
This is a round up of news stories that include significant mentions of Webster University or quote Webster students,...