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Midland University - Fremont, Ne
 
 
 

Secondary Education

Secondary Education

Teacher Education has been an integral part of Midland University since its founding.  Teacher Education faculty work in partnership with the campus community and area public and private schools to provide students with academic coursework and field-based experiences in elementary, early childhood, special education, and secondary settings.   The undergraduate program offers the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree with a major in education.  The graduate program offers a Master’s of Education Degree in Leadership in Teaching and Learning.

The Midland University Teacher Education Program reflects a design of “Teacher as Active and Reflective Facilitator.”  At Midland, preparation of teachers is philosophically grounded in the liberal arts and aligned with the University Mission: To learn and lead in the world with purpose.  The Mission of the College of Education is as follows: The Teacher Education Program prepares educators who demonstrate the knowledge, skills and dispositions needed to plan instruction, build learning communities, model professionalism, and support all learners.

 

Staff: 
Dean, Walker School of Education
Email Address: 
tiedeman [at] midlandu.edu
Department: 
Education
Office: 
Anderson 422A
Phone Number: 
402-941-6380
Associate Professor, Walker School of Education
Email Address: 
conrad [at] midlandu.edu
Department: 
Education
Office: 
Anderson 420
Phone Number: 
402-941-6014
Director of Theater Activities
Email Address: 
hays [at] midlandu.edu
Department: 
Performing Arts
Office: 
Kimmel
Phone Number: 
402-941-6390
Director of Performing Arts and Instrumental Activities
Email Address: 
barker [at] midlandu.edu
Department: 
Performing Arts
Office: 
Clemmons
Phone Number: 
402-941-6337
Program: 

Midland University's Master of Education program provides classroom teachers and prospective principals with the increased knowledge, improved skills, and enhanced dispositions for leadership in the classroom and in the school. Students choose between two concentrations - Principal Endorsement or National Board Teacher Certification Preparation.