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Explore the dynamic nature of the teaching and learning process

Teaching and learning occur in many settings and are influenced by developmental, social, cultural, economic, and personality variables including teacher candidates and students. Teacher candidates, therefore, utilize multiple differentiated instructional strategies, implement authentic assessment approaches, reflect on the success of each learning experience and their contribution to that experience, and develop a deep understanding of developmentally appropriate practices that contribute to the teaching and learning process.

Teacher candidates participate in various authentic Birth to grade 12 ( B-12) field experiences in order to facilitate the development of knowledge, skills, and dispositions to address the learning needs of diverse populations. Careful planning, reflection, and the ability to take risks and try new approaches support the growth of successful educators who are lifelong learners.

Contact Educator Preparation

To learn more about Educator Preparation Programs at Keene State College, please contact the Educator Preparation Office or the Department Chair for a particular program.

Educator Preparation Office
603-358-2286
229 Main Street

Keene, New Hampshire 03435

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Open Monday–Friday,
8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

We are in Rhodes Hall, N123 and N128.