Wed, May 15 2024, 4 - 5pm

The Seattle Teacher Residency (STR) program prepares you to become an elementary or special education teacher within the Seattle Public Schools system in a Title I setting. STR combines classroom practicum with aligned, graduate-level coursework and a rigorous resident/mentor partnership. Graduates emerge with a solid foundation in research-based teaching practices and a profound understanding of the curricula and resources used in Seattle schools.

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Mon, Apr 15 2024, 5 - 6pm

UW Accelerated Certification for Teachers (U-ACT) is an online alternative teacher education program with a focus on learning in the context of direct and daily practice. U-ACT is designed to support candidates who are teachers-of-record in schools in Washington with coursework that grounds teachers’ learning in the context of the school community as well as the realities of daily teaching practice.

Online
Wed, Mar 13 2024, 5 - 6pm

UW Accelerated Certification for Teachers (U-ACT) is an online alternative teacher education program with a focus on learning in the context of direct and daily practice. U-ACT is designed to support candidates who are teachers-of-record in schools in Washington with coursework that grounds teachers’ learning in the context of the school community as well as the realities of daily teaching practice.

Online
Mon, Feb 26 2024, 6:30 - 7:30pm

Come join us online to learn more about how to become an elementary school teacher and earn your Master in Teaching (M.I.T.) degree through our intensive one-year program. 

Online
May 20, 2024
As the newly appointed Endowed Professor of Teacher Education and Teacher Learning for Justice, Professor Betina Hsieh is on a mission to make sure educators feel seen, heard, known and respected.
Thu, May 23 2024, 5 - 6pm

Learn more about the different types of degrees* offered by the College of Education, application and admission details, and tips to prepare you for the next application cycle.  Whether you are thinking of applying in 2025 or planning ahead for a future application, all are welcome to attend.  Let us show you how your interest in being a change-maker could lead to a graduate degree in the College of Education!  This virtual session will be lead by Crystal Visperas, Graduate Admissions, Enrollment and Student Support Adviser.  Email cvisp@uw.edu if you have any questions about non-MIT graduate programs!

*Please note this session won't cover our Teacher Education Programs.  Be sure to contact uwteach@uw.edu for information on our Master in Teaching options.

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