Teacher Preparation Programs:

 

 SecEd Core Accordion Web Part

 
  • Center for Secondary Teacher Education

    Director: Kathryn Scantlebury

    468 Smith Hall
    Newark, DE 19716

    Phone: 302-831-4546
    <div>Welcome to Secondary Education at the University of Delaware! The University of Delaware is committed to providing quality Secondary Education programs that prepare young people to become highly qualified professional teachers. In four years, undergraduates can earn a bachelors degree in their content area and complete a set of pre-professional courses as well as a field experience that prepare them to teach in grades 7-12. This webpage is intended to be a resource for prospective students, current students, our community partner schools, secondary teachers, and other persons interested in learning more about Secondary Education at the University of Delaware.<br /></div> <div>Although our programs are quite diverse, they are unified by a common conceptual framework and are committed to serving our students, our community partners, our alumni, and, ultimately, secondary students in and around Delaware. Because they complete a full academic major within their discipline (for example, in Mathematics, Biology, English or Physical Education) in addition to their teacher preparation coursework, all University of Delaware Secondary Education majors develop a thorough understanding of the material they will teach. After successfully completing the course of study, students will be certified to teach at the middle school and high school level.<br /></div> <div>The University of Delaware’s Professional Education Unit is accredited by the National Council on Accreditation of Teacher Education. All of the teacher education programs have been recognized by their respective national specialty organization and have “state approved” status. Prepared with the knowledge and experience needed for today’s schools, Delaware graduates are vigorously recruited by school districts throughout the region and nationally.</div>
 

 SecEd Teacher Preparation Accordion Web Part

 
 

 Teacher Outreach Programs:

 

 SecEd Teacher Outreach Accordion Web Part

 
 

 Secondary Education News:

 

 Portfolio News Listing

 
  • NSF Career Award

    Michelle Cirillo, assistant professor of mathematical sciences, has received a prestigious Faculty Early Career Development Award from the National Science Foundation to support her research into better ways to teach high school math.

  • STEM lessons
    STEM teachers from 11 Delaware high schools were on campus in January, trying out a series of laboratory experiences designed for them to take back to their own classrooms.
  • Head of the class
    ​Middle school science teacher Megan Szabo, who earned her bachelor’s degree in biological sciences education in UD's College of Arts and Sciences in 2003​, has been honored as Delaware's state Teacher of the Year for 2015.
  • 'State of CAS'
    This year marks a significant anniversary for the College of Arts and Sciences, Dean George Watson said Tuesday, Sept. 30, in his annual “State of the College” address highlighting current and future initiatives and introducing new faculty members.
 
 
 

 

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