Hamilton Curriculum Library

The Hamilton Curriculum Library is a state-of-the-art resource center designed to provide support and services for Grove City College education majors and features one of the most extensive collections in the region.

The Curriculum Library serves two important functions: It houses a variety of teaching materials and is also intended to be a gathering place for education students to study and to share their ideas and experiences.

All resources are selected to meet current Pennsylvania and national education standards, and they address all educational theories, styles of teaching and methodologies. Resources support classroom activities as well as field experiences and student teaching.  ​The library’s holdings include teaching theory books, secondary and elementary textbooks, juvenile and young adult fiction and non-fiction, models and manipulatives, music instruments, big books, audio books and read-alongs.

Tools and materials for student use include an Ellison Die Cut, poster maker and laminators, construction paper, large roll paper and puppets.

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Chemistry Secondary Education Major Leading to 7-12 Certification

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