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Three degree options: Initial Teaching Certification, Special Education Endorsement, and Master's Only.
The Graduate Residency in Education for Environment and Community at Island Wood (an outdoor learning center) focuses on the integration of educational theory from environmental, experiential and multicultural education with practice teaching 4th, 5th and 6th graders in a school overnight program.
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Provides strong background in the scientific foundations for the practice of school psychology, with coursework and practice in assessment, consultation and intervention/counseling as well as training in applying current research knowledge and theory to educational services.
An 11-month, cohort-based program designed to prepare students for leadership positions working in education policy within schools/districts, government, philanthropy, advocacy/non-profit and post-secondary education.
Prepares teachers to serve students with high-incidence disabilities such as learning and emotional/behavioral disabilities.
Learn about and improve the research and practice of education policy, organizations and leadership.
Students learn to use rigorous and innovative research methods and develop strategic partnerships with educational practitioners and policymakers at multiple systems levels to realize systemic and continuous improvement of equity and excellence in education.
Prepare for careers working with young children and families using research-based practices that facilitate optimal child development with a focus on early childhood, early learning, and family studies.
Provides advanced preparation in understanding and applying expanded notions of literacy, language learning, and culture and its intersections along with the choice of a specialization in 1) literacies with a supporting emphasis on multilingualism including English language learning and teaching or 2) multilingualism including English language learning and teaching with a supporting emphasis in literacies.
Prepares special education teachers to meet the individual needs of students with low-incidence disabilities (severe intellectual disabilities, multiple disabilities and/or severe behavioral disorders/autism) and their families.
An ad hoc committee, under the auspices of BHEW (Board on Higher Education and Workforce) and COSEPUP (Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy), and liaising with GUIRR (Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable) and TAC (Teacher Advisory Council), will lead a study of STEM graduate-level education in the U.
S., revisiting and updating a similar COSEPUP study completed 20 years ago.