The Education Pathway is a teaching and learning community committed to providing educational experiences in partnership with area schools that prepare students with the knowledge base and specialized skills to become a reflective practitioner. The Pathway includes the first two years of standard teacher education courses along with general education coursework. Most students within the pathway are also seeking transfer admittance to a four-year institution for a certification-route bachelor’s degree. Certain courses in this pathway are recommended based on MoGEA content exam needed for certification track-bound students through DESE.
Extra-Curricular/Co-Curricular Opportunities at ECC
ECC has an active SMSTA chapter on campus that participates and hosts numerous co-curricular activities throughout the year. Some examples are SMSTA Legislative Day, MSTA Convention, ECC’s Messy Play event, ECC’s Merit Badge University, and a routine schedule of guest speakers at chapter meetings.
More information about General Education and Program Learning Outcomes for Associate of Arts degrees is listed at the Liberal Studies page.