- An innovative teacher preparation program that allows students majoring in mathematics, science, or technology to receive teacher licensure while still earning their degree in their content area.
- A unique collaboration between the College of Education and the College of Sciences at Old Dominion University.
- Modeled after the nationally acclaimed UTeach program at the University of Texas at Austin.
- Supported by a growing number of locals school divisions and agencies.
Goals of MonarchTeach:
- Increase significantly the number of students who will become STEM teachers in Virginia and across the country.
- Develop outstanding STEM teachers who will make a positive impact on their students.
- Promote mathematics, science, and technology in the community and improve the quality of STEM education in local schools.
Benefits of MonarchTeach:
- Receiving a degree in mathematics, science or technology along with teacher licensure in four years.
- Guidance and support from highly qualified master teachers with extensive high school teaching experience.
- Academic and social support from peers with similar career interests.
- Gaining valuable teaching experience beginning the first semester of your freshman year.
- Feedback from mentor teachers, university faculty, and master teachers.
- Opportunities for scholarships and paid internships in an educational setting.
- Access to a dedicated study area and resource room.
- Continued support after graduation.
MonarchTeach is very grateful to all of the community organizations and school districts who have partnered with us in hopes of developing excellent STEM educators.
Please contact us if you have further questions.
Here you will find contact information for the faculty and instructors involved with MonarchTeach.