School of Education

Students in the School of Education study the theoretical and practical aspects of teaching, leadership and administration, and clinical practice.

Undergraduate and graduate programs provide students with thorough preparation and credentials for teaching in public, private, Christian, and international schools. Cairn University teacher education students benefit from an approach committed to the highest degree of professional preparation and the thorough integration of a biblical worldview.

From the beginning of their studies, students spend time in classroom settings, observing, tutoring, and teaching. Student teaching placement in public and private schools, locally, nationally, and internationally, provides a broad range of experiences so students are prepared to excel in any setting.

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Louisa Klein

The Community English Language Program on campus has been a great way to get more exposure to teaching in a classroom setting in a low-pressure environment.

Louisa Klein 

School of Education Faculty

Stacey Bose

Stacey Bose

Dean, Associate Professor, School of Education; Acting Chair, MS in Educational Leadership & Administration

Dianne Alexander

Program Advisor, Elementary Education; Professor, School of Education

Sheryl Vasso

Chair, MS in Education; Professor, School of Education

Marika Ravin

Program Advisor, ESL; Assistant Professor, School of Education

Rebecca Cella

Director of Student Teaching and Field Placement; Program Advisor, Secondary Education; Assistant Professor, School of Education

Gregory Fanus

Program Advisor, Health and Physical Education; Assistant Professor, School of Education

Additional Information

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