Division of Education Scholarship
- Division of Education Scholarship Application
- Return all application materials to the Division of Education Office (Marsh Hall Room 101) by March 1, 2017
Admission to Teacher Education Program
Educational Psychology, Assessment and Technology (EPAT)
EPAT is an integrated 8 credit hour offering that combines three education classes: The Psychology of Teaching and Learning (EDUC 305) 3 hours, Educational Assessment (EDUC 310) 2 hours, and Educational Technology (EDUC 301) 3 hours. EPAT requires the successful completion of a 25 hour Early Field Experience. Students are required to apply for acceptance into EPAT the semester prior to which they intent to take it. For more information regarding EPAT courses, please review the Academic Catalog.
LiveText is an internet-based subscription service that allows students and instructors to “create, share, and collaborate on educational curriculum.” LiveText is used for assignment submission, artifact collection, standards integration, and student assessment in Concord University’s Teacher Education Program. Candidates in Concord University’s Teacher Education Program are required to maintain an electronic portfolio in LiveText for submission of standards-based assignments and to showcase their work. Concord University uses LiveText extensively in all field placements.
Each candidate will need to purchase a LiveText membership, which includes the Field Experience Module, as part of course and clinical experience requirements. LiveText must be purchased prior to the completion of EDUC210. Students will be able to use the same LiveText account for up to 5 years, or up to one year following graduation, whichever comes first.
For more information on LiveText, please review the following:
Early Field Experiences (Undergraduate)
Student Teaching (Undergraduate)
West Virginia Testing Requirements (PRAXIS)
Advising Forms & Resources