Creativity in the classroom.
Our teacher education department is staffed with expert professors ready to help you develop interpersonal skills, a desire for knowledge and professional disposition. At Crown College, you’ll learn the skills you need to make your classroom the best it can be. But even more, you’ll learn how to come alongside students to mentor them and teach them the wonders of art and literature. Through relevant classes and hands-on work, you’ll be ready to teach creativity to the world. This is how we raise up a generation of fantastic people.
The teacher education faculty at Crown is like a second family. They want to see you succeed and work personally with you to make sure you become the best teacher you can be!
FUTURE COMMUNICATION ARTS + LITERATURE EDUCATION MAJOR
You’ve got a bright future ahead of you.
Limitless options. Extreme flexibility. Future-proofed career skills. Communication Arts + Literature Education majors have boundless opportunities.
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$3,000 Front Line Worker Grant
Front-line workers have been the heroes during this pandemic, and we want to honor those considering joining these crucial career paths.
Crown is excited to announce a new one-year Front Line Worker Grant for any new students that enroll in Nursing, Education, or Law Enforcement for next fall.
The $3,000 grant will be added to any other scholarships and grants you receive.Apply now
TED Tips is a chance for senior teacher education majors to explore different aspects of pedagogy in the classroom. Seniors present their findings of what worked, what did not, and how it will affect the way they teach in their future classroom. This is an excellent opportunity to find practical ways to improve the classroom environment all while enjoying a tasty dessert!
Learning in the classroom is one of the core ways that you can grow as a person. However, we believe classrooms can only go so far. That is why each student has the opportunity to connect with a faculty or staff member to talk about class, life, and Jesus. Because learning is more than just knowledge, it is experiencing life-changing relationships.