The organizational goal of TEAC is to support the preparation of competent, caring, and qualified professional educators. TEAC accredits undergraduate and graduate programs for education professionals in order to assure the public about the quality of college and university programs. The education program, not the college, school, department, or other administrative unit of Central Michigan University, receives TEAC accreditation.
CMU teacher education candidates demonstrate a thorough knowledge of subject matter.
CMU teacher education candidates are able to convert subject matter knowledge into compelling lessons intended to meet the needs of a wide range of pupils.
CMU teacher education candidates are well-prepared to use effective teaching practices.
1.4.1. Learning how to learn
demonstrate that they have learned how to learn information on their own, that
they can transfer what they have learned to new situations, and that they have acquired
the dispositions and skills of critical reflection that will support life-long
learning in their field.
1.4.2. Multicultural perspectives & accuracy
Candidates must demonstrate that they have learned accurate and sound information on matters of race, gender, individual differences, and ethnic and cultural perspectives.
Candidates must be able to use appropriate technology in carrying out their professional responsibilities.
Timothy Campbell, Ph.D.Director of Planning & Research, TEAC Undergraduate Coordinatorcamp1tg@cmich.edu
Jamie McDonaldAdministrative Clerkmcdon1gg@cmich.edu
Gina WeareAdministrative Clerkdella1rm@cmich.edu
College of Education and Human Services