Flexibility is one big requirement in education. The MEDT program at SAU is constantly working to improve and be flexible to needs. This year, one major change involves some course alterations and the second is the revision to the National Board Certification process. Read More
As we settle into a new school year, think of yourselves as magicians!
In the past year there has been joyful news that many of you shared with your fellow students and instructors. Congratulations!
Ten students graduated in May and received their Master's of Education in Teaching degree.
Ashley Behyl '14 MEDT is an educator who goes the extra mile.
The Quad City Engineering and Science Council honored Greg Smith, a student in the SAU Master of Education in Teaching program
"I got a feeling ... that this book's gonna be a good book." So sang the children of SAU's reading clinic during their closing program.
Read what teachers are saying about the only QC graduate degree focused on the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.
The Master of Education in Teaching program prepares students for National Board Certification—a distinction earned by only three percent of teachers.
Assistant Professor Sallee Beneke is engaged in exemplary practices in the Early Childhood field.
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