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Faculty
Susan Seider (Chair, Barnard 226), Aram Ayalon (Assistant to the Chair), Elizabeth Aaronsohn, Ronnie Casella, Barbara Clark, Gail Cueto, James French, Lynda George, Nancy Hoffman, Maxine Howell, Lawrence Klein, Kurt Love, Daniel Mulcahy, Karen Riem, Jacob Werblow
(Dept. phone: 860-832-2415)
 
Department Overview

The Department of Teacher Education is committed to the initial preparation and continuing professional education of those involved in early childhood, elementary and secondary education. Accordingly, the department offers programs leading to a Master of Science degree in the following areas: Early Childhood Education, Educational Foundations: Policy or Secondary Education, and Elementary Education. The department offers Post- Baccalaureate Teaching Certificate programs in elementary and secondary education that are both part-time and full-time, and a 30- credit planned program of post-master’s study in elementary education.
The department also offers a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT): Teacher Education with specializations in Mathematics, Sciences, Spanish, English, and Technology and Engineering Education. Candidates with documented content knowledge will complete 13 months of full-time study, earning teacher certification and the MAT degree. The program is designed to cross disciplines whenever possible, encouraging candidates to build content teaching expertise in their specializations and relate each discipline to the larger school curriculum. While the schedule of class offerings utilizes evenings and weekends wherever possible and may allow candidates to maintain some employment while completing the program, day-time field experiences and full-time student teaching in assigned public school settings are required elements of the program.

 
Graduate Programs
  • M.A.T: Teacher Education with Specializations in Mathematics (7-12), Sciences (7-12), Spanish (7-12), English (7-12) , and Technology and Engineering Education (PK-12)
  • M.S. in Early Childhood Education
  • M.S. Elementary Education
  • M.S. in Educational Foundations/ Policy and Secondary Education
  • Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Certification in Elementary Education

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