Earn PA Teacher Certification in General Science
The Post Baccalaureate Teaching Certification in Secondary Education (Grades 7-12) is designed for individuals who hold a bachelor’s degree and who seek to qualify for Pennsylvania Teacher Certification at the secondary level in General Science.
Cultural Foundations of Education
Examine the ways in which educational institutions and the teachers within them structure learning experiences for various students depending in part on their interpretations of these students' "differences." Educators must be aware of issues that may arise due to at least two factors:
- Differences between teachers' and students' backgrounds
- How aspects of identity are framed and understood by teachers, parents, students and school administrators
Issues in Science for Secondary Teachers
Learn a wide variety of instructional techniques and materials to facilitate science learning in the secondary classroom and laboratory settings. This course addresses controversial issues, safety in the laboratory and storage areas, meeting the needs of diverse students, use of technology in the classroom, integration of environmental and social issues and a variety of other issues relevant to the secondary school setting.
Introduction to Instructional Technology
An introduction to instructional technology, you will examines fundamental technologies from a problem-based learning perspective through real-world scenarios.
School of Education Graduate Program Information
Teacher Certification Agreements
Pennsylvania has signed the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement that provides for acceptance of state-approved educator preparation programs between certain states to facilitate educator mobility.
For working professionals seeking graduate degrees or certifications, we offer full-time, part-time, online and options to build your own degree.
Tuition and Fees
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