Special Education Interventionist II, 6-12 Teacher Licensure
This program qualifies candidates to be a special educator in many settings, particularly geared toward middle and secondary grades. Candidates in this specialty area will take courses that prepare them to teach in one content area with appropriate strategies to aid understanding and progression towards graduation.
Program Tracks: SPEDS.BST
|Global Trips and Travel
New Zealand Education Global Trip
Alaska Education Global Trip
Kappa Delta Pi Education Honor Society
Lee Future Educators
Some courses within the major will require in-class service projects.
The Capstone course is designed to help graduating students integrate their faith with the academic knowledge they have gained throughout their studies. It is regarded as the final reflection of the essential Core Values of Lee University.
Students will spend most of their time in the Helen DeVos College of Education and in local schools.
Senior year requires clinical practice involving Methods and fulltime student teaching or internships.
Many courses have research components and writing opportunities.
|Honors and Awards
The Jimmy Bilbo Student Teacher Award
|There are a variety of scholarships available to Education majors:
- Preschool Teacher
- Childcare Center Director
- Home-Based Service Provider
- Family Support Specialist
- Elementary School Teacher
- Special Education Teacher
- Middle Grades Teacher
- High School Special Education Teacher
- Middle Grades Special Education Teacher
- Early Intervention Specialist
- Special Education Advocate
- Teaching Abroad
- Non-governmental Agency (Education)