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Programs in the School of Education are designed to meet the most rapidly growing demands of the profession. We provide opportunities for practicing teachers to enhance their professional training in critical needs areas such as special education, reading and literacy, TESOL, gifted education, and online learning. Additionally, we offer undergraduate programs in pre-K child development, and family and adolescence studies. Additional courses in instructional design for adult learners round out our offerings. We are committed to providing measurable, empirical, standards-based education of a high quality. Our goal is for our graduates to demonstrate the skills, behaviors, and dispositions of digital-age professionals, while adhering to proven instructional strategies and best practices.
Early Childhood Care and Education
Human Development and Family Studies
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3MT Contest Now Open for Grad Students
Are you ready to present a three-minute version of your capstone project, improve your research skills, better promote yourself, fine-tune your public speaking, and on top of all that – earn recognition at commencement and a cash prize? Yes? Then consider entering the university's Three Minute Thesis competition! Deadline for submission is March 31, 2017. Visit the 3MT® page for more details.
Dr. Norman Rose Publishes New Book
School of Education faculty member, Dr. Rose, published The Design of Life: Human Development from a Natural Perspective. View book.
M.Ed. Teaching Concentrations
We are pleased to announce two new concentrations as part of our Master's in Education Teaching program: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and STEAM (STEM + the Arts). View the M.Ed. Teaching program page for details.
Publish in a Peer-Reviewed Journal
Consider submitting an article to the Internet Learning Journal, a bi-annual, open access, double-blind peer-reviewed academic publication sponsored by the Policy Studies Organization and American Public University System. Learn more.
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