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Teacher Education Curricula

Programs in teacher education are offered at UNCG in the three broad areas listed below. Their description is found under the school and/or department listed on the right.

Birth–Kindergarten, Elementary, and Middle Grades Licensure

Program

Department

Auditory/Oral (B–K)

Specialized Education
Services

Birth through Kindergarten
(B–K)

Human Development & Family Studies and Specialized Education Services

Elementary Education
(Grades K–6)

Teacher Education and Higher Education

Middle Grades Education
(Grades 6–9)

Teacher Education and Higher Education

 

K–12 Special Subject-Area Licensure

Program

Department

Art Education

Art

Education of the Deaf

Specialized Education Services

Music

Music

Physical Education

Kinesiology

School Social Work

Social Work

Second Language in French & Spanish

Romance Languages

Special Education

Specialized Education Services

Theatre Education

Theatre

 

Secondary Subject-Area Licensure (Grades 9–12)

Program

Department

Biology

Biology

Chemistry

Chemistry & Biochemistry

English

English

Latin

Classical Studies

Mathematics

Mathematics & Statistics

Physics

Physics & Astronomy

Social Studies (Comprehensive)

Teacher Education and Higher Education

 

Requirements for teacher licensure are specified in the program descriptions under each respective department (see alphabetical department listings).

Undergraduate licensure students graduating in 1999 and after must demonstrate mastery of basic and advanced technology skills in order to qualify for licensure. The course LIS/TED 120, Introduction to Instructional Technology, has been developed to assist students in meeting the basic technology competencies as well as in beginning their advanced technology portfolio.