Mid-Atlantic Christian University’s goal is to produce teachers that:
View themselves as researchers of teaching and learning and as professionals whose continued growth can best be met through inquiry, reflection and sustained dialogue with peers.
Foster positive attitudes towards lifelong learning.
Believe in research as a valuable tool for informing the practice of teaching and adding to the pedagogy of the profession.
Value reflective practice as a tool to inform instruction and promote professional growth.
Show respect for diversity.
Value collaboration as a way to increase student learning.
Commit to a positive student-centered learning environment.
Value short and long term planning.
Believe in the value of integrating content to allow students to see connections.
Believe in using a variety of instructional strategies to meet the unique and differentiated needs of students.
Commit to using assessment to drive instruction.
Understand that well thought out lesson plans and purposefully designed activities lead to successful teaching and successful student learning.
Believe in the use of technology to help prepare a diverse population for the challenges of the 21st Century workplace.
Believe in a code of ethics for North Carolina Educators that is congruent with the university model.
Graduates of a teacher licensure program at MACU have used their degree in the following ways.
Where They Work
What They Do
|Chesterfield County Schools (VA)||2nd grade teacher||Barton College (AIG Certification)|
|Currituck County Schools (NC)||3rd grade teacher||University of Delaware (Special Ed Certification)|
|Elizabeth City – Pasquotank Public Schools (NC)||4th grade teacher|
|Harnett County Schools (NC)||5th grade teacher|
|Indian River School District (DE)||6th grade teacher|
|Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools (NC)||Resource teacher|
|Newmeadow School (NY)||Special education teacher|
|Pitt County Schools (NC)||English teacher in Vietnam|
|Stokes County Schools (NC)|
|Wilmington Charter Day School (NC)|