Curriculum Studies and Secondary Education Department
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Math Educator Megan W. Taylor on KQED to Discuss Innovative Professional Development Models for STEM Teachers
Today's KQED public radio program Forum with Michael Krasny brought together education experts to discuss the best models and reforms in teacher preparation programs. Sonoma State School of Education's Asst. Professor Megan W. Taylor was a featured guest on...
The Department of Curriculum Studies and Secondary Education is dedicated to the advancement of excellence in education. CSSE offers an exemplary Single Subject teacher education preparation program based on sound educational practice, extensive research knowledge, and sensitivity to the needs of diverse populations. Our faculty is comprised of internationally recognized scholars from a wide variety of subject area disciplines who study and produce current research in teacher education and curriculum studies, and who are familiar with the best practices of teachers. CSSE has partnerships with many local middle and high schools that provide many opportunities for students to be part of a high quality teaching and learning community.
While most of the programs in CSSE are designed for positions in public schools, students can also receive preparation in our Master of Arts in Curriculum Teaching and Learning, applicable to a wide variety of non-teaching positions in education, government, and the corporate sector, and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). The Master of Arts in Curriculum Teaching and Learning allows students to design their own program of study (area of emphasis), or select an area of emphasis in Educational Technology, specifically designed for students interested in technology applications in the public or private sector.