Fri. Dec 1st, 2023
Substitute teachers continue to be in high demand across the Show Me State and State Fair Community College is stepping up to meet that demand.
The college with campuses here in the lake area, is going to be offering a 12-week hybrid program starting February 1st to help those seeking education certifications to be a substitute teacher.
The three-credit hour course will meet in person Mondays and Wednesdays on the Sedalia campus, in addition to online class work.
More details can be found below:
State Fair Community College will offer a 12-week, hybrid format, Foundations of Education in a Diverse Society (EDUC 209) starting Feb. 1 for individuals seeking a substitute teacher certification from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (MODESE).
The three-credit hour course will meet on ground Mondays and Wednesdays 10-10:50 a.m. on the Sedalia campus in addition to online class work. In-district tuition is $121 per credit hour; tuition for Missouri residents is $183 per credit hour.
Successful completion of English Composition I (ENGL 101) is a prerequisite to enroll in EDUC 209. Individuals who have not completed ENGL 101 may take the College-Level Exam Program test (CLEP) for a fee to determine readiness for college-level courses. The CLEP test is offered in SFCC’s Testing Center on the Sedalia campus.
SFCC students are welcome to take the course if they want to become a substitute teacher regardless of their area of study. Those who have not applied for admission to SFCC will need to complete the free application at www.sfccmo.edu/apply. Applicants may choose to take the course for personal interest by checking the appropriate box on the application.
For more information about this course and how to apply and enroll, contact Cara Barth-Fagan, Teacher Education Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.