The COVID-19 pandemic has led to many changes in our day-to-day lives, and schools in particular have had to cope with new changes at every level of learning.
The LindenTeach internship program provides Lindenwood University students, pursuing a career in teaching, with the opportunity to gain real experience in local school districts. The program operates to help fill the need for qualified, professional substitute teachers. Students are prepared for their student teaching experience and receive mentorship and coaching from faculty in the School of Education. LindenTeach is currently accepting student candidates through Nov. 1.
At the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year, twelve faculty members at Lindenwood were recognized for going above and beyond to help others in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Students returning for the fall 2020 semester will find that Lindenwood has quickly adapted to accommodate student needs presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. Integrated 360 video conferencing and the option of a new take on hybrid classes are just two more ways Lindenwood is ensuring that students and faculty have the resources necessary to move forward in a safe and effective learning environment.
Lindenwood University special education major Brittney Huck will receive the Missouri Council for Exceptional Children Dabney Award on March 5 in Columbia, Mo. Huck is the eighth Lindenwood recipient of the award in the past 20 years.
A Lindenwood University teacher education partnership with the Hollister R-V School District in southern Missouri was the subject of a recent article published by the Branson News upon the graduation of 10 district teachers from the program.
Dr. Anthony Scheffler, dean of the School of Education, was recently recognized in Art St. Louis XXXV, The Exhibition, where his work won the Award of Excellence at the opening reception on Saturday, Nov. 9.
The Lindenwood University School of Education recently hosted the fall Triad Training on Aug. 10 for teacher candidates, local teachers, and Lindenwood supervisors.
Nancy Schneider, associate professor and coordinator of elementary student teaching, was recently nominated for a Most Valuable Person in the Life of a Student Award. Most Valuable Professional Development recently published the nominees, which include 15 educators from across the county. The winner will be decided by online voting on the award site.
Lindenwood University’s programs for multimedia design, gifted and talented education, and human resources were recently recognized by different organizations among the best in the country. TheBestSchools.org, OnlineMasters.com, and Study.com recently published their top-ranking schools in an array of programs for 2018 and 2019.