Become a Teacher!
Graduate in 15 months with a master's degree and dual endorsement - ready to teach! APPLY NOW - applications are due January 9, 2017.
UOTeach is a teacher licensure preparation master's program for initial licensure in both Elementary Multiple Subjects and Middle/High School Education authorization levels. Students spend five-terms working with faculty, career teaching professionals, mentors, and peers developing teaching pedagogy skills and subject area instructional methods expertise. The English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) licensure endorsement, with its integrated equity approach to serving the diverse learning needs of students from all different social-cultural backgrounds, is embedded in to all aspects of learning.
Earning an MEd helps you start your teaching career at the higher pay scale. To help you through for the 5th year program are various scholarships, grants, and tuition loan forgiveness programs from the College of Education, the University of Oregon, and the federal government. If you are visiting campus we hope you will attend one of our monthly information sessions.
Why UOTeach Master's in Education?
- UOTeach is committed to developing a strong cadre of engaged, informed, and supported teachers. We nurture students through each step of the licensure, from student teaching to professional career placement.
- Students spend 34-weeks placed in local public schools working with cooperating teacher and mentor support, taking on progressive student teaching responsibilities.
- Subject-matter methods courses focus on research-based best practices in planning, instruction, and assessment. Taking learning to the next level, exploring questions of how students learn, how culture affects the teaching and learning process, and the role of schools in either maintaining or challenging social injustice.
- Our alumni network of teacher leaders is actively engaged in helping student teachers connect, learn, and grow.
UOTeach Learning In Action
UOTeach faculty K-12 experience, connections, and programs help students gain insight into societal challenges, conflicts, and shifts. Over the year, students join the debate around social justice issues on equity, gender identity, race, and sexual orientation and how they affect students and learning in education. Our collaborations help to produce on campus and off campus outreach programs including TEACH-IN, TeachOUT, and Teach in Oregon.