The Education pathway allows students to engage in a real-world experience in high-demand environments. The Education Pathway utilizes project-based learning and case study methods to introduce general teaching concepts within education. Students will learn topics such as how research impacts instructional student management strategies, assessment practices and other best practices in education. Students three periods each day for two semesters at the MNCAPS location, designing lesson plans and experiencing the challenges of project-based work. This pathway requires students to apply these concepts to designing, implementing and assessing student achievement and will be evaluated by both the teachers and participating stakeholders.
- Create a teaching experience for a particular subject area that emphasizes project-based learning.
- Leverage the power of technology to enhance instructional practices.