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The mission of the Division of Education is derived from the values central to the Institution's mission, the evolving needs of P-12 learners, and 21st century instructional practice reflecting education standards

"The mission of the Education Division is to prepare candidates in a Christian learning environment with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions required to be successful, reflective teacher-leaders in the 21st century."


Vision and Conceptual Framework

To prepare teachers who are effective leaders and reflective educators in 21st century educational settings." This vision is realized in the Conceptual Framework "Teacher as Leader for the 21st Century" which undergirds all programs. College faculty collaboratively guide candidates in developing the knowledge, skills, and dispositions of 21st century teachers. Undergraduate and graduate education programs prepares professionals who model best practices and continually strive to lead their students and schools to accomplish meaningful goals that improve student learning.


The Division of Education offers undergraduate programs

The graduate program  Master of Education Teacher as Leader  leads to Rank II and the leadership endorsement.

                                                       Master of Education program now Online!                                                               

           Click on link above for information or contact Dr. David W. Moffett                                                                      


The Division of Education at Lindsey Wilson College is accredited by the Kentucky Education Professional Standards Boardncate.png and  the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE),  This accreditation covers initial teacher preparation programs and the advanced Teacher as Leader program.



For more information concerning entry requirements, programs, course descriptions,  and opportunities, click on the following links:

Conceptual Framework and Assessment

The Conceptual Framework provides the foundation for the work of the Division at Lindsey Wilson College.The four Key Concepts of Knowledge, Pedagogy, Leadership, and Reflective Best Practice are aligned to their impact on P-12 student achievement, the Kentucky Teacher Standards and Lindsey Wilson College's Student Learning Outcomes. The Continuous Assessment Model in both initial and advanced programs depicts how the Unit evaluates candidates based on their professional knowledge, skills, and dispositions and how these directly affect P-12 student achievement. Diversity and technology, vital components that impact learning are also addressed through candidate tasks. Through a constructivist approach to learning, the Unit prepares candidates to be effective teachers that positively impact P-12 students, and by preparing them to be teacher leaders to both students and their communities.

View our complete conceptual framework and assessment.

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