Students put finishing touches on semester with projects, papers, exams
Howard sings praises of ACM's Urban Studies program
MC's Vivian comments on the loss of one of education's 'three Rs'
Through work-study, MC provides tutoring services at three area schools
Teachers serve the crucial role for young people in our society, and Monmouth College has a continuous and unswerving history of preparing promising individuals for teaching careers.
Becoming an accomplished teacher involves personal commitment and extensive professional preparation. The Educational Studies department relies upon a conceptual framework founded upon the belief that one should be dedicated to the principles of knowledge, experience, and professionalism.
Monmouth College faculty believe that an education that cultivates both the desire to learn and the ability to teach is firmly grounded in the liberal arts. A well-conceived liberal arts education inculcates intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, an examination of diverse cultural and social practices, and an open-minded free exchange of ideas.
Monmouth College considers the liberal arts to be the expression of humanity devoted to advancing those ideals and practices considered essential to the intellectual durability of a pluralistic, moral, and well-educated society. At Monmouth College, we believe education is a fundamentally transforming experience which benefits all who actively participate in all aspects of our society.
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