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  • Dr. Randolph Philip
  • Melissa Soto and children
  • Luke Duesbery, Associate Professor, SDSU School of Teacher Education
  • Teacher Education Master's Programs at SDSU
  • Common Core students

Discovery Slams: Dr. Randolph Philip

View Dr. Randolph Philip's presentation at the March Discovery Slams. Discovery slams are short (10 minute) presentations that highlight research from across our campus.
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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
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    Our Mission

    The mission of San Diego State University’s School of Teacher Education is to educate teachers who promote, support and implement an inquiry-oriented approach to teaching and learning for student success.  We promote a disposition of inquiry among prospective and practicing teachers, scholars, and students. 

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    Deadline Information


    Fall 2017 
    Credential Programs
    Both applications are required 


    CSU Mentor Application:
    Opens October 1, 2016
    Deadline: March 1, 2017 

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

    Supplementary Program Application: 
    Priority deadline: January 27, 2017
    If you apply by this date you will know about your admission by March 31, 2017
    Final deadline: March 1, 2017
    If you apply by this date you will know about your admission by May 12, 2017