This 15-credit certificate program is designed for educators who are challenged by students' varied learning backgrounds and needs. Program content provides practical classroom-based methodologies for educators teaching within heterogeneous classroom settings. Educators acquire methodologies for differentiating curriculum outcomes and instructional techniques to effectively teach the range of students in classrooms today, including students with disabilities, bilingual backgrounds, at-risk students, typical learners, and gifted learners.
The certificate comprises five courses that feature foundational and advanced research-based practices related to how educators can collaborate, plan, and instruct students with diverse learning needs. Coursework can be completed within a one-year period with course assignments featuring applied projects in schools.
In addition, students may combine this certificate with a second certificate in special education to pursue the Master of Science in General Special Education Studies.
In accordance with US Department of Education regulations, the JHU School of Education is required to disclose graduation rate data, median loan debt data, and other select information for all Title IV eligible gainful employment programs. To see the most recent data available for this gainful employment program, please view the attached disclosure.
Note: Fewer than 10 students graduated from this program in the 2012-13 academic year. Therefore, in accordance with US Department of Education guidelines on student privacy, the on-time completion rate and median loan debt data are not published. The JHU School of Education is seeking to change the CIP code currently assigned to this specific program to a more appropriate designation. The restrictions imposed by the current US Department of Education online disclosure form limit the number of jobs related to this program that can be displayed in this disclosure: the job(s) listed here represent only a sample of the jobs related to the program.
"The JHU Administration and Supervision ISTE program challenged and inspired me in ways I could not have imagined! It provided a solid theoretical background in effective leadership, curriculum, and supervision, and was coupled with a tremendous internship opportunity that allowed me to put that theory into practice. Guided by thoughtful, professional, and caring instructors, as well as a strong partnership with ISTE that allowed many opportunities to explore and go deeper with my own unique interests, I have emerged from this program with strong educational leadership and technology skills, as well as a new position as a school administrator. I am honored to have been a part of this unique program and to call myself a graduate of the JHU A&S/ISTE certificate program."
A&S certificate 2013
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