Programs grounded in educational equity, cultural sensitivity, and transformative instruction.

The Division of Education & Leadership prepares teachers and leaders for classrooms, education and childcare programs, universities, and industry. We are committed to facilitating the learning and development of our students who, in turn, can successfully affect the learning and development of others.

Learning in Action

Mursion Lab gives students opportunity to train in virtual classroom

As Jeremiah Price started the simulation, one of the five virtual students complimented him on his sneakers…

Early childhood studies senior class of 2020 present diverse capstone projects

Exam week of Spring 2020 was bittersweet for the early childhood studies senior cohort…

Stories from Education & Leadership

Who We Are

Recent graduates from WOU’s Flexible Licensure Pathways (FLEX) Program. Click here to learn more about FLEX!

a group of people jumping in the air
Early childhood students outside of RWEC
a group of people inside a hotel
Educational Technology students and instructors gather at annual NWeLearn conference
two people in costumes in a classroom
Early Childhood faculty Erika Romine (left) and Andrea Emerson celebrating Halloween in style.
a man with a guitar
Alum Ruben Sandoval outside his third grade classroom at Corvallis’ Garfield Elementary School
a female student teacher helping two young boys in the classroom
Bililngual teacher scholar student teaching at César Chávez Elementary
two female students in a technology lab
Teacher licensure students in technology integration class on a field trip to learn about assistive technology

Contact Us

Division of Education & Leadership Main Office

120 Richard Woodcock Education Center (RWEC)
345 Monmouth Ave N.

Monday – Thursday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Beth Jones

Administrative Program Assistant

Phone: 503-838-8235