If you are interested in being a part of your community as a teacher, teacher leader, or researcher, study with the Department of Educational Theory and Practice. We are home to initial certification programs at the bachelor's and master's levels in:
We also provide continuing education for these areas through master of education and educational specialist degrees, as well as a doctoral program in educational theory and practice.
Faculty and students work with projects that integrate research, teaching, and service through community engagement. Local projects include:
Our faculty are highly productive, award-winning researchers and teachers. Our grant-funded projects expand knowledge around issues in teaching, learning, and learning to teach in varied contexts. Our faculty regularly publish in top-tier peer-reviewed journals and newspapers, and present at workshops.
If you are interested in being a part of your community as a teacher, teacher leader, or researcher, be a part of the Department of Educational Theory and Practice.
Submit your pre-application essay by Nov. 1 to be considered for the fall 2017 COST program.
Come learn from College of Education alumni about what it's like to teach teens today!
This workshop is designed to help ELA teachers use literary theory to move past the boundaries imposed on them and their students in our increasingly standardized world.
Come celebrate the Fall 2016 graduating class!