B.S.E. in Early Childhood Education
Faculty in the undergraduate B.SE. in Early Childhood Education program prepare teachers to work in classrooms to teach children in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade and in English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) and special education inclusive settings. There are two program options for completing the B.S.E. degree in Early Childhood Education: the Initial Certification in PreK-5th grades with an endorsement to teach English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) and the Dual Certification in Early Childhood and Special Education.
All initial teacher preparation program candidates must pass a state mandated teacher performance assessment, the edTPA, at the end of their programs in order to become certified in Georgia. The teacher performance assessment is designed to measure a candidate’s ability to help all students learn. Teacher candidates are required to demonstrate knowledge and skills in planning, teaching, assessing and analyzing student learning. Please see as follows the number of teacher candidates who passed the edTPA out of the total number of candidates who successfully submitted the edTPA in the program, subject-specific area.
Elementary Education: PreK – 5th Grades - 99/100
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