Keeran School of Education

Dean’s Message

 
The idea of empowering teachers is more than a phrase or slogan in the Keeran School of Education. It captures the essence of the faculty, staff and students as they fulfill the mission of the University. I believe in developing teachers who are good citizens and not just consumers.

Graduates of KSE are prepared and ready to meet the challenges of today’s schools. They are expected to be life-long learners and role models in professional and social communities. As teachers they are anchored in theoretical research, and are experienced in diverse cultural settings. Graduates have extensive field-based educational experiences. Candidates are instructed to design, plan, and create while maintaining a rich learning climate.

Teacher Candidates reflect and evaluate the learning process while collaborating with parents and other stakeholders. In short the Faculty, Staff, and Graduates of the Keeran School of Education are expected to exemplify Christ, Character and Career.

 

Dr. Jerry Sanders
Dean of the Keeran School of Education
Kentucky Christian University

Thriving in the Classroom

“Learning how to teach from a Christian perspective has taught me to face the challenges of the classroom with a positive attitude, rather than the negativity the world so often throws at us. KCU’s education department prepared me to not just survive my first year of teaching, but to thrive.”

Lela Ratliff, KCU Class of 2013

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