La Plume – Keystone College has received a $60,000 grant from the state of Pennsylvania to help high school students from nearby Lackawanna Trail High School obtain the credentials they need to become certified childcare professionals. The college was awarded the...
Sixteen Keystone College education majors are serving as students teachers during the fall semester in regional school districts.
Times Leader, Wilkes-Barre, PA Keystone College student teacher Nicole Devlan worked with a middle-school art class to create and deliver holiday greeting cards to residents of Kingston Manor. Read full article.
In many ways, September is the month of new beginnings. The weather turns a little cooler, hinting that summer is waning and autumn has finally arrived. All across the country, students of all ages prepare to hit the books or begin student teaching as...
Education Degrees and Programs
Be a part of a teacher preparation program that gets you in the classroom early and often.
The education degrees at Keystone College prepare our future educators by providing opportunities and experiences to think critically, act independently, and collaborate in ways that will transform lives and prepares you to handle any classroom situation. Our faculty strive to assist students to become self-directed individuals who can creatively make informed decisions, communicate effectively and examine ethical issues which will inform their instructional practices for years to come.
Getting Into the Classroom
Field Experiences and Student Teaching
We are dedicated to getting you into the classroom often to observe children and use what you’ve learned in our classrooms to gain invaluable real world experience.
Information for Current Education Degree Students
Student teacher candidates who will soon be graduating require recommendation for Pennsylvania Department of Education Certification by the Keystone College Certification Officer.