School of EducationMS-A1720Hamline University1536 Hewitt AvenueSaint Paul, MN 55104
Phone: 651-523-2600Fax: email@example.com
With more than a million veteran teachers nearing retirement, a historic turnover in the teaching profession is imminent.
That's where you come in. Boost your value as an experienced teacher by pursuing additional licensure in one of the most hard-hit fields. Ensure the future of education while increasing your career opportunities.
5-12 Math5-8 Science9-12 Chemistry9-12 PhysicsK-12 Dance and TheatreK-12 ESLK-12 ReadingK-12 World Languages and Cultures (German or Spanish)
course is approved to meet the human relations requirement for Minnesota
Learn multiple research-based theoretical frameworks that increase
teacher resiliency and utilize teacher experience to develop cultural
competence with this new online course at Hamline University.
Focus on strategies that build upon the strengths of urban learners,
build community, and enhance student motivation and capability. Examine
the convergence of culture and cognitive development through personal
experiences, group projects and personal introspection.
URED 7722 CSO 16280 Framework for Teaching: Changing Paradigm (for P-12 educators)
The course will be offered online this fall semester from September 5, 2012- December 15, 2012 with instructor Anthony Nocella. Online login and course information are available at
For more information, contact Mai Vang at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-523-2697.
Minnesota requires teachers with an out-of-state teaching license to take a course addressing standards in literacy instruction to gain their full Minnesota licensure.
Hamline University offers an accredited course for teachers (that have been licensed in a state other than Minnesota) that has been approved by the state to meet this purpose. Each of these courses are only offered to teachers referred to the department by the state and therefore not available to initial-licensure students.
GED 7001 Reading Across the Content Areas, 4cr (for Secondary teachers) GED 7002 Elementary Literacy Assessment for Instruction, 3r (for Elementary teachers)
These reading and literacy standards courses will be offered fully online each semester beginning in spring 2012. For more information regarding out-of-state teaching licenses, contact Mai Vang at email@example.com or 651-523-2697.
An additional license can provide new opportunities and options for you in your career.
Meet new challenges with new skills. If you currently hold a teaching license and would like to add another, Hamline University offers the following:
Elementary (K-6)K-6 Elementary Education
Grades 5-8 Middle Level Endorsements5-8 Communication Arts/Literature5-8 Mathematics 5-8 Science 5-8 Social Studies
Secondary (5-12) Additional Licenses5-12 Communication Arts and Literature5-12 Math5-12 Social Studies9-12 Chemistry9-12 Life Science9-12 Physics
Grades K-12 Additional Licenses>K-12 Bilingual/Bicultural EducationK-12 Dance and TheatreK-12 English as a Second Language (ESL)K-12 ReadingK-12 World Languages and Cultures: GermanK-12 World Languages and Cultures: Spanish K-12 World Languages and Cultures: French (this license has been phased out; current students should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for teach-out information)
Additional Licensure Staff Advisor: Mai Vang (contact with questions about advising, courses, and equivalencies) email@example.com
Department Chair and Faculty Program Coordinator: Rachel Endo, Ph.D. firstname.lastname@example.org
$374 per credit
Financial aid is available for students enrolled full or part time. Learn more about financial aid opportunities here.
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