Curriculum and Instruction
You became a teacher to make a difference. You know the importance of the role you fill, but maybe your focus is changing. It’s expanding. Our degree program in Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum provides opportunities for career fulfillment (adding certifications or specializations to your existing repertoire) or career enhancement (specialization in one content area or advanced area that could lead to a career “upgrade” or change to a curriculum specialist, principal and more).
How to apply
2. Submit the following:
- A Statement of Intent (no more than one page in length)
The statement of intent should describe your: (a) reasons for pursuing a graduate degree or advanced study program; (b) goals to be accomplished through the program; (c) personal and professional qualities that will contribute to your success in the program and as a professional educator; and (d) perspective about education as a profession, teaching, learning, leading, or other aspects related to the education of children and youth.
- Letters of Reference
Two (2) letters of reference from individuals who can attest to your (a) experience with children and youth; (b) leadership and collaborative skills; and (c) prospects of success in graduate programs.
- Vita or Résumé
This should include your (a) name, address, phone numbers, and email address(es); (b) degrees earned, institution, and date; and (c) professional experiences and related activities.
- Copy of professional certification(s) or other related credentials or licenses
- Teacher Service Record
(For those applying to programs in Educational Leadership, two years of teaching experience is required. Preference is given to those with at least three years of teaching experience.)
Send the information to:
Department of Teacher Education
Application Materials for (indicate program area)
Texas Woman’s University
P.O. Box 425769
Denton, TX 76204-5769
For more information, contact Karen Dunlap, Ed.D., Graduate Coordinator of Curriculum & Instruction, at 940-898-2764 or email@example.com.
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