The School of Education is committed to preparing prospective teachers to understand, appreciate, and meet the needs of children and youth in today's schools. This preparation includes critically examining the role schools play in today's complex and changing society. The School of Education faculty believe this preparation results in competent, collaborative, caring, and reflective practitioners who uphold the tradition of social responsibility, academic excellence, and personal integrity ingrained in the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati.
At the undergraduate level, the School of Education's programs incorporate knowledge of how students learn and how diverse experiences affect learning when planning and presenting lessons aligned with content standards. Students of the School of Education can also expect mastery of articulating accurate subject matter and applying that knowledge in planning and presenting lessons aligned with content standards.
TEAC Accredited 2012-2019 (Now Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation).
Larissa Phillips’ current role as a Reading Specialist at Forest Hills District has a heavy focus on leadership in literacy as well as teaching students that require additional and more intensive instruction in language arts. Read More
Dr. Michael Bindis wins second place on Jeopardy!. Read More
This fall, the education department received a grant from the Ohio Deans Compact on Exceptional Children to create a dual licensure program. Read More
The Mount is joint sponsoring a fall reading conference with the IDA on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017. Read More