If your future is in Biological Education, Southeast is perfect. The Linda Godwin
Center for Science and Mathematics Education, located in Johnson Hall adjacent to
the science buildings, coordinates programs that provide resources for teachers and
pre-service teacher education students. The NASA Educator Resource Center, one block
from campus, is open to science education students and provides a wealth of materials
for science lessons.
The Conservation Campus at South County Park, in cooperation with the Department of Conservation, provides Southeast Missouri State University students access to the resources and personnel at this facility. For pre-service teachers there is a tremendous variety of conservation-related classroom material available.
The Southeast Regional Professional Development Center (RPDC), run by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education here at Southeast, offers workshops for teachers in the area. Pre-service teachers may attend at greatly reduced rates. It'sA great way to get hands on experience applicable to the classroom.