“Those who educate children well are more to be honored than even their parents, for these only give them life; those the art of living well.”

~ Aristotle




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0123-education-graduate-09.jpgHave you taken the
Praxis yet?

Praxis I should be taken during your freshman year and is a prerequisite to EDUC 250 Introduction to Education.

Praxis II must be completed before you can begin student teaching.

Visit the Praxis Web site to register online, get study tips and order score reports. For more information on Praxis, visit our department’s Praxis Information Web page.

Welcome to the Department of Teacher Education at Nicholls State University, recognized as a nationally accredited program. We are excited that you are interested in a career that will provide you with the opportunity to touch a child’s life.

We invite you to come and learn the strategies and best teaching strategies in a department that has been rated exemplary for the past four years by the Louisiana Board of Regents.

We invite you to come and live in a department that really understands that “it takes a whole village to raise a child.” Here you will find faculty and peers that provide support for both professional and personal development.

We invite you to come lead in a department that fosters a passion for education that transcends into the community.

We invite you to join us and experience the enthusiasm, the passion, and the culture of South Louisiana as we help you prepare to make a difference in a child’s life. We pride ourselves in the competent, confident and compassionate teachers we produce and we want you to become one of them.

We invite you to explore our website. It offers information about faculty, programs, licensure and many other items of interest. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have about the department or Nicholls State University.

“Better than a thousand days of diligent study is one day with a great teacher.” – Japanese Proverb

We hope to hear from you soon,

Dr. Gregg Stall
Department Head of Teacher Education, Assistant Professor of Education