Jul 14, 2024  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [Not Current Academic Year. Consult with Your Academic Advisor for Your Catalog Year]

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

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Who’s Who

Jennifer Chauvot

Sheng Kuan Chung, Wallace Dominey (Research), H. Jerome Freiberg, Mignonette H. Mountain, Eleanore Tyson (Clinical), Cameron S. White

Associate Professors:
Nicole Andrews, Jennifer B. Chauvot, Shea M. Culpepper (Clinical), Suzanne Davanon (Clinical), Teresa Edgar (Clinical), Margaret Hale (Clinical), Laveria Hutchison, Mimi Lee, Carrie Markello (Clinical), Sara G. McNeil, Melissa Pierson, John M. Ramsey, Bernard Robin, Jahnette Wilson (Clinical), Sissy Wong, Jie Zhang.

Assistant Professors:
Christine Beaudry (Visiting), Sam Brower (Clinical), Jane M. Cooper (Visiting), Heather Domjan (Clinical), Susie Gronseth (Clinical), Lauren O. Snead (Visiting), Dustine Thomas (Visiting), Amber Thompson (Clinical), Laura B. Turchi, Dawn Westfall (Clinical).

Emeritus Professors:
Richard Abrahamson, Eugene Chiappetta.

Teaching and Learning

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers the undergraduate major in Teaching and Learning. The Teaching and Learning major is composed of five components: academic core foundations, pre-professional development courses, specific BS and Coordinating Board requirements for mathematics and science, and the professional development sequence.  Additional information about the program can be found on the Teaching and Learning webpage.

Course Categories

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers courses under four headings: art education (ARED ), curriculum and instruction (CUIN ), education (EDUC ), elementary education (ELED ) and secondary education (SEDE ).

See the Graduate and Professional Studies catalog for graduate course listings, or consult the department for additional information.



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