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Primary Education Pathway

Primary Education
Pathway

Be equipped to serve the children of the nations

About the Course

An education pathway that develops biblical worldview and skills for teaching and curriculum development, interwoven with practical classroom teaching. Our heart is to equip students to multiply their learning into different nations and cultural settings.

Program Information

Start date:

No upcoming courses

Dates

Arrival Day

Departure Date

September 30, 2021

March 12, 2022

Cost

Training Phase

Outreach Phase

$3,995

$4,000–6,000

Details

School Leader

Email

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Language

Prerequisite

Liz Norris
N/A
English
DTS & Foundations in Education (FIE)
What happens in this course?

Experienced educators walk with interns as they are immersed in hands on classroom teaching with children in the mornings and learn in a classroom with fellow UofN students in the afternoons.

Training Phase (9 months)

3 UofN courses followed by a 12-week Field Assignment

The Primary Education Pathway is 3 continuous UofN courses from August to May, followed by a 12-week Field Assignment outreach that completes an AA Degree.
Aug 7 – Oct 27, 2023

Methods & Models

Grow in your understanding of educational methods and models and develop biblical worldview in areas of learning and teaching

  • Educational history, philosophy and psychology review
  • Biblical foundations and strategies for teaching reading, writing, math, the arts etc.
  • God-centered curriculum, creating with him.
  • Discipleship and classroom management
  • Practicum 1 learning and skills interwoven
  • Readings, written + practical assignments, weekly reflections.
Nov 13, 2023 – Feb 2, 2024

Practicum 1

Learn and teach in school classrooms alongside mentor teachers

  • Learning about school administration and practices
  • Observation, planning, teaching and evaluation with God
  • Understanding and working with diverse learners
  • Methods and Models class teaching continues
  • Develop a personal mission statement
    Workbooks, practical assignments, weekly reflections
Feb 26 – May 17, 2024

Practicum 2

Continue to learn and develop as a classroom teacher, creating curriculum and preparing to multiply learning into different cultural settings.

  • Planning, teaching and evaluation with God
  • Developing curriculum that reflects biblical worldview
  • Creating resources for other schools and cultural settings
  • Workbooks, practical assignments, weekly reflections
Field Assignment

Your field assignment is the opportunity to go to other nations to serve, share learning and continue to develop as a teacher.

This part of the Primary Education Pathway will be unique for each teacher and runs from July 29 to October 18, 2024.
What makes us unique?

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Vaccination disclaimer

In accordance with State Law, all students and student children must present proof of age appropriate vaccinations in order to attend any program at the University of the Nations—YWAM UofN Kona. Please click here for the vaccination requirements.

Accreditation disclaimer

THE UNIVERSITY OF THE NATIONS IS NOT ACCREDITED BY AN ACCREDITING AGENCY RECOGNIZED BY THE UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF EDUCATION.  Admission to the University of the Nations (U of N) and any of its sponsored programs is open to qualified individuals regardless of race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, and educationally unrelated handicaps. U of N reserves the right to change schedules and course offerings as deemed necessary.