School of Education and Professional Studies Centers

The Literacy Center (Barnard 219) provides a setting for reading and language arts teachers to help children develop reading and language arts skills. Faculty of the Department of Reading and Language Arts direct the operations of the center and supervise the activities of students working in the clinic.

The Center for Multicultural Research and Education (Barnard Hall 231) provides a variety of professional development programs and opportunities for K-12 and University faculty that support development of education that is multicultural. The center also designs and offers opportunities for educators to expand their understanding of education in, and cultures of, other countries. Additional goals of the center include serving as a resource center in the dissemination of research information, articles, and curriculum materials.

The Center for Innovation in Teaching and Technology (CITT), located in Barnard Hall 302, provides faculty and students with opportunities to create instructional outcomes through using state-of-the-art interactive technology in multi-media, computer-based instruction, and other technological delivery systems.

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