Associate Professor - Education [Department Chair]: Megan Wereley
The Education program at Wooster provides opportunities for teacher candidates to learn leadership and inquiry skills, as it emphasizes the importance of effective written and spoken communication, interpersonal skills and one-on-one educational experiences. Field work forms a key part of Wooster's education program, with strong relationships with area schools and educators allowing teacher candidates first-hand experience of the profession in K-12 classrooms. Licensure programs are offered for the following areas: Early Childhood, Adolescent & Young Adult, Integrated Language Arts, Integrated Mathematics, Integrated Social studies, Multi-Age and Music.
The Education program is located in the Burton D. Morgan Hall.