Welcome to the Department of Education
Do you want to be part of the most provocative profession in America? Are you interested in being paid to think about learning? Do you want to be remembered as someone who changed others' lives? Becoming a teacher in the twenty-first century is not for the timid, but it is a place for people who will commit seriously to the intellectual, social, ethical, and political issues that comprise American schooling. Forget the rhetoric you've heard, and come join us at UNH - learn with people whose careers are invested in the grand idea of universal, public Education.
The Education Department offers three programs of graduate study in education: Teacher Certification for those seeking initial teacher certification, Professional Education for currently certified teachers seeking professional advancement, and a Sixth Year Certificate in Instructional Technology and Digital Media Literacy. These programs represent the University’s commitment to preparing future educators for meaningful roles in teaching the youth of the 21st century.
Summer 2014 Assessment Report
This quarterly report presents and describes selected data as part of the UNH Graduate Education Department’s Assessment System. The assessment system employs multiple measures of assessment to monitor candidates’ progress at various key points in the teacher preparation program.
On Americans and Computational Fluency
There's a couple of good points and a couple of over-sensationalized statements on both sides. TIMSS and NAEP data have us trailing behind several other developed countries at statistically significant levels.
They said it was going to be intense, But it’s only a year of my life right? How hard could it be to achieve your dream! Endless hours of homework, Studying for countless tests...