Chicago 430 S. Michigan Ave.Chicago, IL 60605(312) 341-3500
Schaumburg 1400 N. Roosevelt Blvd.Schaumburg, IL 60173(847) 619-7300
Acquire the comprehensive, progressive training to strengthen your abilities to lead, teach and counsel in a dynamic profession—one that will be needing two million teachers in the next decade. Thanks to Roosevelt’s well-established partnerships with schools and community agencies, you’ll foster the skills—and have the placement options—to make a real difference in the lives of children, adults and families in a variety of settings, be they urban, suburban, private or public. For more information about the college, take a look at our 2012-13 College of Education Profile or sign up to attend an Information Session.
In small classes, you’ll receive personalized attention from active faculty. Beyond the classroom, you’ll obtain the practical field experiences you need to start making your mark the moment you’ve earned your degree.
Roosevelt University has a unique partnership with the Early Childhood Education Center (Bright Horizons) at the Schaumburg Campus to provide authentic learning experiences for pre-service teachers where children, families, and employees represent many different cultures and backgrounds. Bright Horizons serves children from 6 weeks of age through kindergarten and also has programs for school-aged children.
Student teaching is the capstone of the teacher education curriculum. Each student teacher is engaged in full-time teaching responsibilities for a fifteen-week period under the guidance of a certified, experienced mentor teacher and a full-time university supervisor. Field experience is the best way to apply classroom knowledge in real-world scenarios.
Graduate students in the Language and Literacy program learn real-world strategies in our Summer Reading Clinic. Children from PK-9 grade attend a five-week session where graduate students learn to create a Balanced Literacy classroom and implement best practices in literacy instruction. Weekly parent workshops and individual case studies are completed by the graduate students.
Before Sesame Street was conceived, a Roosevelt education professor enraptured millions of preschoolers weekday mornings as host of NBC-TV’s Ding Dong School.
If you ever researched the life of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, there is a chance your search results included a picture of a little purple guy in a striped turtleneck. His name is Roosevelt Franklin, and he is a Muppet from the early days of the educational television program Sesame Street.