Elementary Education – Middle School Math B.S.


Equipping Young Minds

Crown’s Elementary Education degree is a great fit for those who desire to make a difference in the lives of children and adolescents and collaborate with other education professionals. Crown’s Elementary Education degree program is for those who are called to teach young children in classrooms Kindergarten through 6th grade and is structured to meet the Minnesota Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board K-6 licensure requirements. In addition, teacher candidates will receive a license to teach Math 5th through 8th grade.  

Why study Elementary Education at Crown?

Clinical-Based Learning 

Teacher candidates are provided experience-based instruction through classroom observations, clinicals, and student teaching. Students integrate theory into practice within a Christ-centered learning environment. 

Faith Integration

Faculty members intentionally incorporate a Biblical Worldview into every course at Crown College. Students are empowered to integrate faith into their academic pursuits and personal development.  

Meaningful Work

Have a deep impact on students, families, and other professionals by approaching the classroom with integrity, compassion, and creativity. Work alongside faculty and students who are passionate about education. 

I have the opportunity to not just be in a caring community, but a community that fosters the same values and faith. There are so many different perspectives here from students and professors, and it creates so many opportunities to grow.

Being at Crown makes you want to stay at Crown for the rest of your life; but being at Crown also gets you excited for what God is preparing you to do after college, too.

Nora Xiong


Elementary School Teacher K-6
Middle School Math Teacher 5-8
Instructional Coach

Preparation for Advanced Degrees

Master of Education (M.Ed.)
Master of Arts in Education (MA. Ed.)
Education Specialist (Ed.S.)

Meet the Dean

Meet the Faculty

Dr. Alexis Jones

Assistant Professor of History + Teacher Education

Dr. Don Bouchard

Professor of English + Teacher Education

Dr. Leslie Mathews

Associate Professor | Chair of Teacher Education

Kayla Kubat

Assistant Professor of Teacher Education


Preview of Courses

EED 349C - Elementary Literacy Clinical Experience

This course is a clinical experience in which students apply theory to practice in an authentic elementary classroom setting under the guidance of an experienced teacher. Developing effective planning, teaching and guidance skills, professional behavior, and enthusiasm for teaching are also intended outcomes, with an emphasis on literacy development. Meeting standards for licensure is accomplished through various assignments.

MED 433 - Math Methods: Middle School

A study of the purposes, methods, planning, instruction, and evaluation techniques for teaching in middle school classrooms. The course provides new research, strategies, and philosophies to best meet the needs of young adolescents. A corresponding clinical field experience augments classroom readings, discussions, and activities. An emphasis is placed on developmentally appropriate practices, reading across the curriculum, diverse student needs, and multilingual learners. Clinical field experience in an approved site is required

EDU 314 - Multicultural and Diverse Learners

This course provides an understanding of diverse learners including: exceptional students, English language learners, and those from diverse cultures. The course will explore the challenges to learning, literacy, testing, and social issues for these learners, as well as educational law, parent rights, and roles within the community of learners. Practical strategies for working with diverse learners will be emphasized. Sixteen clock hours of field experience at a school site are required.


Our faculty to student ratio is 17:1. We intentionally aim to keep our class sizes small. This allows us to maintain academic excellence and strong relationships between faculty and students. At Crown College, every student is a person and not just another number.
We generally accept credits from accredited institutions as long as the student maintained a C or higher in the course. To see a full list of what classes will transfer, you can visit Transferology or contact our registrar office at
Available to all students, our Student Success Office is a great resource for students. Services offered by the Student Success Office are designed to increase academic success and build community. Amanda McDonald serves as our Director of Student Success and is more than happy to meet with any student. For more information, click here.
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Crown College offers a wide-range of scholarships to every student. 100% of students receive some type of financial aid. For more information about financial aid, click here.
At Crown College, every class is taught from a Biblical worldview. Our faculty are all followers of Christ and are comfortable incorporating Christian principles into their curriculum. For more information on other ways Crown College equips students spiritually outside of the classroom, click here.

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