Teachers will develop teaching and assessment skills through certification courses in the College of Education, and gain real world experience in the classroom through internship and practicums at area schools. Students who satisfactorily complete the program requirements also meet the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education teacher certification requirements for secondary social studies and may continue with a few more courses for a Social Studies - Secondary Education (9-12) program from University of Missouri–St. Louis .
Enrolling in the College of Education teacher preparation program actively and uniquely engages you throughout your studies in working with secondary students as they learn and develop in informal and formal learning settings. The College of Education recognizes that we prepare educators for a variety of roles and a variety of contexts (i.e. P-12 schools, youth serving organizations, museums, zoos, gardens, nature centers, after school programs, tutoring/mentoring programs, businesses, legislative offices, etc.) all of which impact student learning. We want to prepare community educators as well as P-12 classroom teachers who can provide relevance, application, and meaning to student learning in developmentally, socially, and culturally responsive ways. As a teacher candidate, you will work with students in youth serving agencies to support them in non-traditional settings. You will also gain valuable practical knowledge by applying university course content to interactions with young learners in academically focused content-based community agencies such the St. Louis Chess Club, Powder Valley, and many United Way agencies.
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- Instructional Design
- Teaching Reading in the Content Areas
- Advanced Studies in Child and Adolescent Development
- Examining History, Community and Social Justice in Education
- Teacher Action, Advocacy and Leadership
- Instruction, Learning and Assessment
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- 18 months
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DisciplinesEducation Sociology Teaching View 380 other Masters in Sociology in United States
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- Application form - Refer to the international student application and $40 application fee.
- Proof of English proficiency
- Official transcripts - Students in their final year of a bachelor's program should submit transcripts for all semesters completed thus far. Students who have already completed a degree must submit final transcripts and degree certificates.
- Most graduate programs also require additional materials, including letters of recommendation, writing samples, and/or GRE and GMAT scores. Please review the degree profile for your program to view a complete list of requirements. Note that letters of recommendation must be sent directly from the author - do not send photocopies or scans of recommendations.
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International22289 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 22289 USD per year during 18 months.
- Local: $511.80 per credit hour
- National: $1,256.40 per credit hour
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.