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Education & Youth Studies


Empower yourself and others for social change.

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Education & Youth Studies

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Leading Change

Education and Youth Studies is built on the idea that social change is rooted in people. Whether through professional practice as a certified teacher in fields, or as a developing researcher, or social service provider, you will learn to be responsive to people’s needs.

Grounded in ideals of social justice, Education and Youth Studies interrogates systems of oppression and how they limit the empowerment of people to have agency over their lives. This means that the departments students and faculty are committed to lifelong learning, professional expertise, creative and mindful action, and the pursuit of intellectual excellence.

Using Podcast to Transfer Knowledge: Familiar and Effective
A case study through podcast

Using Podcast to Transfer Knowledge: Familiar and Effective

There is so much more about being an education major than learning to become a teacher. Finn Brandt ’22 did research about teachers’ unions and activism in Chicago and Japan and created a podcast as a medium to present his work and transfer knowledge even further.

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Danny Corral’15

Qualities of a Good Researcher

Research is always full of challenges. For Danny Corral’15, Beloit taught him a good researcher needs patience, persistence and most of all, empathy.

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Tom Owenby ’01

Leverage Liberal art through Wholehearted Involvement in Beloit’s Community

Tom Owenby’01 talks about the importance of teachers being intentional in what and how they teach their students, from his experience as a teacher and a researcher focusing on elementary and secondary education.

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