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Centers and Resources

Overview

Our state-of-the-art academic center is designed to simulate classroom settings, stimulate classroom innovation and develop the working tools of the teacher.

As a future educator, where you learn your craft should reflect an evolving profession aimed at cultivating a new generation of young minds. Here, we have facilities dedicated specifically to lesson planning, curriculum development and the use modern classroom technology. Others provide preparation for exams and other certification requirements.

Featured Facilities

A place for hands-on, high-touch, industry-standard learning

Two specially-equipped classrooms feature touch-screen SMART Boards as well as cabinet and storage space for curriculum materials. A dedicated library houses books and materials for the elementary and secondary education students. An Accu-cut machine for constructing bulletin boards, a laminator, and a paper cutter are available for student use. Our Curriculum Center is used for large class meetings, professional development activities and Praxis workshops. The center features a Polyvision board and the latest projection technology.

Erin Westerman, left, and Nikki Silviano, students in the five semester Master of Arts in Teaching program, participate in a "morning meeting" during Anne Dichele's education class Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016 in the School of Education on Quinnipiac's North Haven campus. (Autumn Driscoll / Quinnipiac University)

Class is in session

MAT students Erin Westerman, MAT '18, left, and Nikki Silviano, participate in a “morning meeting” during Anne Dichele’s education class on the North Haven Campus.

By The Numbers


5,600


Square Feet

The School of Education occupies 5,600 square feet in a suite of rooms designed specifically for future educators.

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Training that Gets You Involved

Our relationships with three local schools - Side by Side Charter School, Metropolitan Business Academy and Fair Haven School - provide job training skills.

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Planning for Excellence

We utilize 10 key learning outcomes to prepare our students to be exceptional educational professionals.

Institutes

Keli Veillette, a science teacher at Fairchild Wheeler Interdistrict Magnet High School in Bridgeport, works with Hamden teacher Raffaele Romano Thursday, July 21, 2016 during Project SING (Science Induction for the Next Generation) at the School of Education curriculum center on Quinnipiac University's North Haven Campus.

Institutes

Libraries

You'll grow beyond the classroom and the curriculum

At the School of Education, you will have many opportunities to collaborate with University Institutes in ways that go beyond the curriculum. Among the special opportunities available to you beginning in your very first year: 

Quinnipiac Future Teachers Organization
A pre-professional organization of aspiring teachers, most of whom are enrolled in the Master of Arts in Teaching Program at Quinnipiac University. As a service organization, the QFTO engages in outreach activities within the community focused on improving student learning.

Bristol-Myers Squibb Center for Science Teaching and Learning
The center provides critical support and outreach toward the School of Education’s efforts to enhance teaching and learning in STEM-related fields and delivering STEM content to area schools.

Albert Schweitzer Institute
The Albert Schweitzer Institute’s goal of a more civil and ethical society closely mirrors the mission of the School of Education and its emphasis on multicultural awareness and social justice. In conjunction with the ASI, candidates in the School of Education participate in a humanitarian effort in Nicaragua focused on school rebuilding and teacher development.

Quinnipiac University Professor Cindy Kern, director of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Center for Science Teaching and Learning at Quinnipiac, talks about science learning Thursday, July 28, 2016 during Project SING (Science Induction for the Next Generation) at the School of Education curriculum center on Quinnipiac University's North Haven Campus.

Science learning for a new generation

Professor Cindy Kern, director of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Center for Science Teaching and Learning at Quinnipiac, talks about science learning during Project SING (Science Induction for the Next Generation) at the School of Education curriculum center.

Office of Multicultural and Global Education                                                                  This office is committed to helping members of the community understand and appreciate diversity in a global context. The School of Education, through its mission, coursework, and faculty participation, plays an important role in helping the OMGE to achieve its goals.

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