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How to become and stay a licensed MA educator
Sign up for Phonics, Vocabulary, and Spelling in the Reading/Writing Classroom (K-3). Course starts January
Sign up for The Impact of Trauma on Learning: An Overview. Low-residency course starts January 13
Professor Young Song's Environmental Arts and Education Class Create Journals from Recycled Books
Ulas Kaplan, faculty member in the PhD in Educational Studies Division, is a developmental scientist who explores motivational and educational phenomena from the perspective of complex dynamic systems.
Dr. Steckel's literacy and reading courses are enriched by her background as a reading specialist, literacy coach, and literacy consultant.
Cindy directs the educator training programs for grades PreK–2 at the Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative and has over 20 years of educational experience as a classroom teacher and Reading Recovery teacher.
Join us for an evening of exploration in our Makerspace, and talk one-on-one with program faculty and academic advisors about our Elementary M.Ed. program. 6 - 8 PM, University Hall, Cambridge.
If you want to become or advance as an educator or pursue a doctorate, come learn about our degree and certificate programs, as well as our many student support services. Tuesdays at 10 am, Porter Square, Cambridge.
June through November, 2016: attend one of our information sessions to learn about off-campus graduate education programs, which offer courses that meet one weekend a month at an off-campus location.