BY EMILY ADERHOLD & DR. DANIELLE LILLGE
The English Department will be hosting a panel discussion regarding two assessments for English Education majors. Learn more about the Missouri General Education Assessment (MoGEA) and Missouri Content Assessment (MoCA).
Panelists will offer tips and insights that will help you prepare for the assessments. You will need to pass the MoGEA before you can be admitted into Teacher Education and continue taking Professional Education courses (those on the bottom right-hand side of your advising worksheet). We recommend taking the MoGEA prior to enrolling in SEC 302.
The University requires that you take MoCA BEFORE student teaching. We recommend you do so early in the semester prior to student teaching OR as soon as you have completed your ENG coursework, whichever comes first.
- What: MoGEA & MoCA Panel Discussion
- When: Thursday, November 9, 2017 from 4:00pm-5:00pm
- Where: Siceluff Hall 127
- Who: English Education majors interested in student teaching
The following panelists will be sharing their experiences preparing for the assessments:
Missouri General Education Assessment (MoGEA)
- Zachary Rea
- Kirstie Hunter
- Molly Porfidio
Missouri Content Assessment (MoCA)
- Ellen Stefan
- Ashley Blankinship
- Macey Hausam
There are further MoGEA and MoCA resources on the English BSEd Blackboard page, under the “Community” tab (click on the “Information” link on the left-hand side of the page).