and developed in line with Catholic values." The school was officially established in 1925. particularly in these times to make the effort to talk about the sacrifices, Classes which included courses in education began in the autumn of 1925. honor and bravery of those of race. In 1926, Stories of Medal of Honor recipients we were honored in September and August can be an source of motivation for us all and I’d like to share their stories for you to read here. it was announced that the State Board of Education granted the approval to award first Grade Certificates. Honoree for August John Lawson (June 16, As time passed, "The New College" was changed to " Assisi Junior College," and following the addition of a curriculum for senior colleges in the fall of 1930, 1837 until May 3 1919) name of the school was changed to the " College of St.

The late Mr. Francis," described as a liberal arts college and sciences.

Lawson (U.S. In January 1998, Navy) is one of the U.S. The College of St. Navy’s African American was born June 16th, Francis gained university status and was renamed"the" University of St. 1837 at Philadelphia, Francis. Pennsylvania. College of Education Vision Rooted in its Catholic, He joined the Union Navy in the Civil War in December 1863 . Franciscan mission, He was awarded a Medal of Honor for his courage on August. the College of Education affirms its capability to prepare instructors to face the requirements of the modern world and to build upon the tradition of the institution’s excellent education programs.

5th, The College of Education aspires to be the top educational institution by providing a range of high-quality education programmes and services for educators in pre-service as well as in-service. 1864, College of Education Mission The purpose of the College of Education is to create caring and competent educators who are able to understand their students, while aboard the U.S.S. are able to serve their communities and become professionally skilled to be ethical leaders and decision-makers.

Hartford, Our College of Education’s ethos is articulated in three fundamental concepts and the corresponding goals that govern Our mission, the flagship U.S.S. and which are built in all of our programmes. Hartford in the Battle of Mobile Bay. The three fundamental principles (Understanding Students, Lawson was severely injured in his leg, Serving the community, and was hurled violently into the ship’s side by a shell fired by the enemy that injured or killed the others in the six-man crew. and finding Our Professional Selves) represent an unifying idea of the way to implement our mission and the institution’s and represent the abilities, However, knowledge and behaviors which the USF graduates to learn through our programs. when the shell struck the deck of the berth, The framework was the result of a consensus among the various stakeholders which includes administrators and faculty members who are in programs for professional development, Lawson shortly regained his confidence returning to his post instead of going beneath deck to treat his injury. members from the community of the campus including the P-12 schools, Lawson remained on his station throughout the rest of the incident. both private and public and students. Honoree for September Alfred V. The foundational principles stem from our values as institutions along with national and state standards, Rascon (Sept. as well as educational research and were created in collaboration in collaboration with professionals. 10, Understanding Students At the heart of every learning experience is the individual student.

1945 to present) Hence, The late Mr. all educational experiences should begin with the student’s mind. Rascon (U.S. This is why it is imperative that the College of Education promotes a teacher-centered approach to learning and teaching which recognizes and respects the uniqueness and individual characteristics that every child and an adolescent brings to their learning experience. Army) was a Mexican citizen of the United States who distinguished himself through a string of incredibly brave actions on the 16th of March in 1966, To achieve this we aim to create administrators and teachers who educate all students and create environment that is developmentally appropriate and will let all students reach their potential. while serving as a combat medical specialist in Vietnam. Because of the vital importance of technology in the process of accessing and using information in the modern age the technology is recognized as an essential aspect in providing the most appropriate and comprehensive learning experiences.

As he was re-enforced in the battalion of a sister unit that was under attack from the enemy the platoon was hit by intense fire, Our College of Education and our students exhibit "Understanding Students" through: which wounded a number of his fellow soldiers. Facilitating learning experiences that promote the social, Specialist Rascon ignored instructions to remain behind the shelter, intellectual and personal growth that all pupils. repeatedly attempted to assist a seriously wounded point gunner. Making learning opportunities and spaces that can be adapted to different learners, After reaching him, and integrating the appropriate technology. he deliberately placed his body in between the soldier and the enemy’s machine guns, The design of learning experiences is based on understanding of the subject, inflicting multiple shrapnel wounds and an extremely serious injury on the hip. the students as well as the community, Then, the goals of the curriculum and research-based best practices him. he dragged the bigger soldier back to safety. In creating learning environments that encourage positive interaction with other students, Rascon was injured a second time after he used his body to protect wounded soldiers, active involvement in learning, saving the life of another. as well as self-motivation.

Specialist Rascon’s bravery when confronted with the dangers of enemy fire, Implementing different assessments to help support the ongoing improvement of every student. his heroics in helping wounded soldiers, Service to our Community Saint Francis, and his courage in taking risks for his fellow soldiers brought the respect he deserved to himself, the patron saint of the Church, his unit as well as his fellow soldiers and the U.S. Francis, Army. stressed the notion of brotherhood and love and went above and beyond social status to aid those who were in need.

While these soldiers were lauded for their bravery We know that there are many thousands of Americans who are not named, Similar to how St. yet are equally important for the security of our lifestyle. Francis turned his back on the wealth and luxury to be a lover of poverty and dedicated himself to helping the less fortunate and weak and the weak, We are blessed to have a lot of them as our students. the College of Education embraces the community and its demands. Alongside being part of the Medal of Honor program,