Endorsements, Certificates and Concentrations
- The Department of Early Childhood and Elementary Education offers graduate level endorsements in mathematics, science, literacy, and teacher support and coaching.
- The Literacy Coach Certificate is also referred to as the Partners in Comprehensive Literacy (PCL) program, a research-based companion program to the Comprehensive Intervention Model (CIM).
Susan Swars Auslander - Graduate Programs
Sue Duncan - Reading/Coaching
Journey Swafford - Reading/Coaching
Rachel Fiore - K-5 Science
Susan Swars Auslander- K-5 Mathematics
Susan Swars Auslander - Teacher Support and Coaching
Mona Matthews - Literacy
Select a Program
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Catalog course descriptions
Cohort Only Endorsements
These endorsements must have a cohort of 10 teachers signed up.
The K-5 Science Endorsement requires a cohort of 10 or more teachers.
The K-5 STEM Endorsement requires a cohort of 10 or more teachers
In response to the growing number of Georgia schools with Dual Language programs, the mission of this program is to prepare qualified educators who understand the history, theory, and practice of Dual Language Education.
Students may enter the program any semester and complete the program at their own pace. Requirements for the concentration include 12 hours of concentrated coursework in elementary (K-5) Dual Language Education and a 3 hour field-based practicum.
Educators with a Foreign Language Education (FLED) Certificate from the state of Georgia may also be eligible to earn a Dual Immersion Early Childhood Education Endorsement.
The courses are the same for the concentration and the endorsement. The endorsement is also available as a standalone program for educators with a FLED certificate. Questions about the concentration or the endorsement program should be directed to Cathy Amanti, Ph.D. at email@example.com.