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Certificate in Teaching in Alternative Education Settings Program


The TAES Program will assist licensed teachers and other professionals working with youth in recognizing and developing the knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to work in alternative educational settings. This on-line program consists of a sequence of four two-credit courses and a one additional course (1-3 units) which involves some field work. The program is designed so that participants can complete their program over one academic year or during the 12-week summer session.


Contact

Curriculum and Instruction Office
Email: cioffice@uww.edu


CERTIFICATE IN TEACHING IN ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION SETTINGS PROGRAM:

The following courses are required for the Teaching in Alternative Educational Settings (TAES) program:


  • SECNDED 705 REPRESENTING LEARNING
  • SECNDED 706 LEARNING AND DIVERSITY
  • SECNDED 707 FORMAL AND INFORMAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
  • SECNDED 708 THE MARGINALIZED LEARNER
  • SECNDED 709 LEARNING AND TEACHING FOR EMPOWERMENT