2023-2024 Academic Catalog 
    May 27, 2024  
2023-2024 Academic Catalog

Teaching, MAT

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Graduate Program
The Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) program is designed for full-time students (including undergraduates who qualify for the accelerated B.A./M.A. program) seeking the Education Initial Teacher Licensure  at either the elementary, middle, or secondary levels. It begins in spring/summer and extends through the following academic year. Students enter as part of a cohort team that is guided through the program by university and school mentors. They are placed with a teacher mentor in one of the Adam Institute/Hiatt Center partner schools at the beginning of the academic year and take the equivalent of 10 courses, including the teaching practicum, determined by and based on their prior course work and planned teaching level. 

Graduate Requirements

Each middle- and secondary-level student takes an additional course corresponding to her or his teaching field and/or courses focused on teaching at the middle or secondary level.

Program Faculty

Kate Bielaczyc, Ph.D.
Thomas Del Prete, Ed.D.
Sarah Michaels, Ph.D.
Eric DeMeulenaere, Ph.D.
Jie Park, Ph.D.

Professors of Practice

Holly Dolan, Ed.D.
Letina Jeranyama, Ph.D.
Carmon Ocón, Ph.D.
Heather Roberts, Ph.D.
Raphael Rogers, M.Ed.


Part time Faculty

John Ameer, Ed.D.
Kyle Pahigian, M.A.T.
Nathaniel C. Seale, M. Ed.

Adam Teacher Fellows

Kyle Pahigian, M.A.T.
Leann Ledoux, M.A.T.

Program Administrator

Andrea Allen

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