Summer I (9 credits)
Participate in lively classroom discourse and engage in thoughtful exploration of the historical and contemporary issues that affect access to education and outcomes. Begin to understand the “whys” and “hows” and how to bring about change—one classroom at a time.
- Assessment in Education (3 credits)
- Diversity in Families, Schools and Communities (3 credits)
- Education Policy and Legal Issues (3 credits)
Summer II (9 credits plus fieldwork)
Dig deeper with clinically rich and contemporary and meaningful research opportunities across a variety of learning environments. Learn the process by which learning curriculums and experiences are designed, developed, and delivered and how young minds grasp and embrace those concepts.
- Instructional Design (3 credits)
- The Developing Learner (3 credits)
- Methods I (3 credits)
- Clinical Experience
Fall (12 credits plus fieldwork)
Explore core curriculum that further expands on concepts, plus additional clinical, hands-on learning opportunities that help in developing strategies shown to be effective for teaching skills, concepts and real-world applications. You’ll also choose an elective from a broad cross-section of topics.
- Differentiated Assessment and Instruction (3 credits)
- Literacy (3 credits)
- Methods II (3 credits)
- Elective (3 credits)
- Clinical Practice I
Spring (6 credits plus fieldwork)
Complete the last of the required core curriculum, and engage in a professional network as you take Technology and Innovation modules designed for professional development of practicing teachers. Here is where you’ll complete the journey of becoming the teacher you were meant to be.
- Reflective Seminar for Clinical Practice II (3 credits)
- Clinical Practice II
- Technology and Innovation Modules (3 credits)