Elementary Education, M.A.T.

Become a classroom teacher in grades 1-6

The M.A.T. in Elementary Education is a two-year, cohort-based program that leads to a recommendation for grades 1-6 teacher licensure in the State of Connecticut. A new cohort begins every Fall semester.

The program is grounded in rigorous academic preparation in methods of curriculum and instruction and the preparation of teachers who support the learning of all students. We are guided by the values of equity, diversity, and inclusion, and seek to prepare the next generation of teachers to enact these values in their classrooms, schools, and communities.

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ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, M.A.T.

Program Outcomes

  • Learn best practices in curriculum and instruction at the elementary level
  • Develop equitable teaching practices that support the learning of all students
  • Experience a field-based program that connects theory and practice

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    Eileen González, Ph.D.
    Assistant Professor, Education Department
    Phone: 860.231.5522
    Email:  [email protected]

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