[Mathmajors] for students interested in teaching - UW Teacher Ed
Info Sessions: Mar. 10 & 20
miller at math.washington.edu
Fri Mar 6 14:45:44 PST 2009
> INTERESTED IN TEACHING?
> Here are some beginning steps in researching and getting information
> about the
> UW Teacher Education and Master in Teaching Program
> Elementary Education Information Session
> Tuesday, March 10th – 10:00 am
> Secondary Education Information Session
> Friday, March 20th – 3:00 pm
> . 1. Get started by getting general information.
> Attend an information session. These sessions are offered twice a
> month. You may register for a session by visiting this site:http://education.washington.edu/areas/tep/infosessions.html
> If you are unable to attend a session, you may request an
> information packet about the Master in Teaching program. Call (206)
> 543-7834, emailedinfo at u.washington.edu or stop by 206 Miller to pick
> this up.
> 2. Check prerequisite/endorsement coursework status.
> · Secondary applicants must contact the appropriate department
> advisor to get their coursework evaluated using the Endorsement
> Evaluation form. Please refer to the Endorsement sheet in the MIT
> packet for department information and locations.
> · Elementary applicants must have their coursework evaluated
> by the Office of Student Services in 206 Miller. This is done by
> submitting transcripts (and course descriptions if you attended a
> school other than UW) along with the Prerequisite Evaluation form to
> 206 Miller. Elementary evaluations are completed on a drop off
> basis. Your evaluation will be completed within 2 weeks and mailed
> to you.
> 3. Get specific questions answered/Stay on track!
> At anytime after reviewing the information and getting coursework
> evaluated for the MIT program, you may speak with someone to get
> your questions answered about applying to the MIT program.
> In person: We have 15 minute drop in appointments every Wednesday
> from 3-5. These are on a first come, first served basis and are for
> the MIT program only.
> Set up an appointment: Please email paulajw at u.washington.edu to
> schedule an appointment for questions about the MIT program.
> By email: Email your questions to edinfo at u.washington.edu.
> By phone: (206) 543-7834.
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