Candidates complete fieldwork each semester and then take part in a full year of student teaching.
At Jewell, we believe in mindset over major. Beyond learning a skillset for a specific job, you will learn how to think and how to ask the tough questions. Our caring faculty will challenge you, research alongside you, connect you with alumni mentors and even give you their cell phone number.
At Jewell, we don't do one-way conversations. You can't hide. There is one option here: learn. You rise to the occasion. You come to class prepared. Professors expect you to ask questions in class, and they expect you to visit them outside of class. Here, faculty and students put an equal amount into your education.
Teachers prepared at Jewell are ready on day one to meet the needs of every student in their classroom because they can think critically about the complexity of learning.
Elementary Education 1-6
Instrumental Music K-12
Language Arts 5-9
Social Sciences 5-9
Social Sciences 9-12
Speech & Theater 9-12
Vocal Music K-12
Program Semesters/Steps Overview
- Hands-On Experience
Candidates prepare for a full year of student teaching by completing five fieldwork experiences.
- Mentoring & Coaching
Faculty collaboarte with and support students for success.
- Program Commitment to Improvement & Excellence
Teachers prepared at Jewell are ready on day one to meet the needs of every student in their classroom, because they can think critically about the complexity of learning.
- American Indian or Alaskan Native
- Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander
- Two or more races