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  • Helen Quinn
  • Helen Quinn
  • Melissa Soto and children
  • Luke Duesbery, Associate Professor, SDSU School of Teacher Education
  • Teacher Education Master's Programs at SDSU
  • Common Core students

Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)

April 27, 2015: The Spring 2015 SEEE Seminar addresses how the NGSS may affect science teaching. The seminar is being held at the SDG&E Innovation Center. Click here for the flyer.

Distinguished Lecturers Series: Helen Quinn

April 28, 2015: Next CRMSE Distinguished Lecturer is Dr. Helen Quinn, who will speak about the interrelationship between language learning and science classes. Click here for the flyer.

Uprooting Math Anxiety

Melissa Soto, assistant professor of mathematics education at SDSU, is reworking traditional forms of math education to help children succeed.
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Online Master of Arts in Teaching at SDSU

An exciting and innovative program designed for those who are inspired to be responsive and innovative K-12 master teachers. This Masters program takes just one year and is completely online.
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Teacher Credential Programs at SDSU

Hear from former students about their experience as teachers and going through a program that prepares highly qualified teachers by offering over a century of teaching and learning experience.
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Teacher Education Master's Programs at SDSU

MA & MAT grad students talk about their experiences in these advanced degree programs designed to promote and support learning and development through scholarly reading, study, and exchange of ideas.
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Upward Bound Program

Dr. Cynthia Parks spearheads the Upward Bound program, helping students get a jump start on their college experience.

Preparing for the Common Core

Reading and Math Graduate Programs Address the Common Core Standards
    • Center for Research in Math and Science Education
      The Center for Research in Mathematics & Science Education brings together researchers studying how individuals acquire knowledge in math and science.
    • Tutoring students in reading
      Leadership and Community-based, Collaborative Support Services for Literacy Achievement.
    • Pre-College Institute students on a trip to Hoover High School
      Promoting college access and completion for underserved students through excellence and innovation in education
    • Original Normal School location

      The School of Teacher Education has a rich history of training teachers. Here is our story..

    Deadline Information

    Credential Programs 

    CSU Mentor Application:

    March 2, 2015

    All students must complete this application by this deadline. No exceptions.

    Supplementary Program Application:

    Priority deadline: February 4, 2015
    Admissions decisions by
    March 31, 2015

    Final deadline: March 16, 2015
    Admissions decisions by
    May 15, 2015