Education

 
School of Education
Wheeler Hall, Harding Center for Teachers
(440) 826-2166 (main office)
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Undergraduate Programs in Education

Early Childhood (ages 3-8)

The Early Childhood license is for Pre-Kindergarten through grade 3.  This program leads to a B.S. in Early Childhood Education. 

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Middle Childhood (ages 8-14)

The Middle Childhood license is for grades 4 through 9.  This program leads to a B.S in Middle Childhood Education.   Middle childhood teachers must be licensed in two subject areas from the following: Reading and Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies. 

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Adolescent/Young Adult (ages 12-21)

The Adolescent/Young Adult license is for grades 7 through 12.  Teaching areas are listed below (see also Multi-Age for additional high school areas). Students earn the bachelor's degree in the major that correlates with their teaching area - for example, Integrated Language Arts might be a B.A. in English with Adolescent/Young Adult teaching licensure in Integrated Language Arts. 

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Multi-Age (ages 3-21)

The Multi-Age license is for Pre-Kindergarten through grade 12.  Teaching areas are listed below. Students earn the bachelor's degree in the major that correlates with the teaching area - for example, to teach Visual Arts, the student might earn the B.A. in Studio Art with Multi-Age teaching licensure in Visual Arts.  

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Mild/Moderate Educational Needs (ages 5-21)

Previously called Specific Learning Disabled, this Intervention Specialist License is for Kindergarten through grade 12 and leads to a B.S. in Mild/Moderate Educational Needs. 

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Mild/Moderate Needs-Intervention Specialist License

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