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Center for Pedagogy

The Center for Pedagogy is an interdisciplinary department within the Richard W. Riley College of Education.  The Center was formed in 1995 with three main purposes: a) to coordinate all aspects of the undergraduate and graduate core curricula; b) to foster positive relationships between the University and selected public schools; and c) to ensure that the Conceptual Frameworks for the Teacher Education Program are evidenced in courses and are associated with the undergraduate and graduate cores.

The concept of the Center is based on the premise that the education of a teacher is the responsibility of four groups: the Richard W. Riley College of Education, the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Visual and Performing Arts, and Professional Development Schools.  Each plays a key role in providing a total and well-integrated educational experience for teachers and in investigating and promoting the social, moral, and political implications of teaching in a democracy.



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