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Unified Early Childhood Education (Birth-3rd grade)

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Overview

School of Education student teachingThe program in Unified Early Childhood Education prepares individuals as teachers in both special and regular education settings for children ranging from birth to age eight. The program combines general education courses and professional education coursework with multiple field experiences in early childhood settings and elementary classrooms.

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PPST (Praxis) Exam Notice

 Note: effective Feb. 27, 2014, the PPST is no longer an admissions requirement for any initial licensure programs.

Courses

A complete listing of courses in the Curriculum and Teaching department

An interesting read on heritage language research conducted by Dr. Hyesun Cho, C&T assistant professor and recent recipient of the Michael B. Salwen Scholar Award
Researcher calls for inclusion of heritage language in teacher preparation | The University of...
Researcher calls for inclusion of heritage language in teacher preparationMon, 05/05/2014ContactMike KringsKU News Service785-864-8860mkrings@ku.eduLAWRENCE — Heritage language education is growing, but it is still not recognized by students, parents, teachers and teacher educators as a benefit for…

Who are we trying not to leave behind? #KUSOE Prof finds race/size/politics limit students: http://t.co/ulBvKwQbxR http://t.co/TVkDVZ4FeQ


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