About the K-6 Certification Programs
K-6 Certification Programs
Collaborative (special education) teachers work with students who have a wide and varied spectrum of abilities. You will learn how to adapt general education lessons and teach various subjects, such as reading, writing and math to students with mild to moderate disabilities.
TROY's College of Education will prepare you to become an expert in the areas of motivation, management and instruction. You will learn how to encourage students to meet academic standards and how to promote positive behaviors. You'll also learn how to create effective classroom and time management plans for your future classroom. In addition, you will learn how to develop and execute effective lesson plans that fully engage students in their learning.
Making a Difference
edTPA passage rate for Fall 2018 Elementary majors.
This percentage does not include students with initial condition codes.
What Can You Do with a Degree in K-6 Education?
TROY's College of Education aims to prepare you to become globally aware by providing opportunities for you to teach and learn abroad. You will also be able to gain teaching experience by interning at local and regional schools. As a student within TROY's K-6 education programs, you'll form meaningful relationships with mentors who have many years of teaching experience.
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