The Master of Education in Teacher Education: Integrative STEM Education K-12 is designed for certified teachers and other educators interested in learning how to develop rigorous, relevant, innovative and engaging integrative practices for incorporating STEM principles across disciplines while ensuring that learners are able to apply STEM content, concepts and skills in both academic and real-world contexts. Upon completion of this program, candidates who hold a Pennsylvania Level I or II teaching certificate can apply to add the STEM Education PreK-12 Endorsement to their existing teaching certificate.
Dr. Diane Fine
Global Online (100% online delivery)
Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP, formerly NCATE)
Approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education
|EDE 701 Standards Aligned Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction||3|
|EDE 750* Foundations of Integrative STEM Education K-12||3|
|EDE 751 Building Scientific Literacy and Understanding Through Inquiry||3|
|EDE 752 Mathematics as Problem Solving||3|
|EDE 753 Integrative STEM Pedagogy and Instructional Design||3|
|EDE 754 Creating Innovative Measures of Learning for Integrative STEM Learning Communities||3|
|EDE 755 STEM Teachers as Leaders||3|
|EDE 769 Integrative Project in STEM Education||3|
|RES 800 Methods of Research||3|
|TED 775 Integrating Technology in Elementary/Middle School STEM Curriculum||3|
* EDE 750 must be taken during the student's first semester.
Pennsylvania Act 24, 31, 34, 114 and 151 clearances (or appropriate clearances for non-Pennsylvania residents) are required for field-based course registration but not admission. Applicants may be admitted to the program but will not be able to register for field-based courses until all of the up-to-date clearances are submitted.