Active Learning Opportunities

Quincy University emphasizes active learning on campus and through internship experiences in the community and beyond. Mathematics students have found internships particularly valuable in determining a career path and building a portfolio that reflects their talents.

If you decide to pursue certification to teach Mathematics in grades 6-12, you'll have the advantage of the Professional Development School (PDS) model. From your first Education course, you'll learn your craft in a local public or private school, continuously connecting theory with classroom practice. It's no surprise that research demonstrates the greater effectiveness of educators who have learned their craft through the PDS approach. A wide range of experiences and progressive responsibilities will enhance your teaching portfolio and give you the confidence of a seasoned professional.

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