Education

Being His hands and feet through education

Taylor University’s national and state accredited education program seeks to develop competent, caring, and reflective teachers prepared for world service. We want to help you pursue God’s story for your life, while being the hands and feet of Christ to children and young adults in need all over the world.

We offer degrees in elementary, secondary, art and music education. Our elementary education students are placed in schools right away as freshmen. Short-term mission trips and study abroad experiences offer opportunities for you to teach in cross-cultural settings as well as inner-city schools with at-risk students.

Our experienced and dedicated faculty don’t merely tell you how to be a teacher—they set an example of how to be the teacher God has called you to be. The education department is housed in the lower level of the Euler Science Complex.

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Dr. Quinn White talks about benefits of an education degree from Taylor.

Interested? Listen to our video, check out our degrees and majors. Better yet, schedule a visit with us today!

Dr. Quinn White, Professor of Education, discusses the progressive framework that the Taylor education department uses to prepare students for their calling in education – starting with a confirmation of that calling during their freshman year.

Dr. Solomon Abebe discusses the benefits of getting your education degree from Taylor University.Listen to Dr. Solomon Abebe discuss the benefits of getting your education degree from Taylor University.

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Indiana Teacher of the Year to Speak at Taylor University

Published: February 09, 2016

Kathy Nimmer, the 2015 Indiana State Teacher of the Year, will speak at Taylor University Thursday, February 11, at 7:00 p.m., in the Butz Carruth Recital Hall, Smith-Hermanson Music Center. This event is sponsored by Taylor University’s Kappa Delta Pi chapter and is open to the public.

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