Welcome to the Teacher Education and Administration Department. We were approved by the Texas Education Agency to begin functioning as an independent educator preparation program in January 2012.  This is an exciting time for faculty, staff and students as we embark upon the journey of creating a program dedicated to preparing students for successful careers as educators.  We invite both prospective and current students to visit our offices in Dallas 1. Dr. Glenda Moss, Interim Dean and Department Chair, has an office on the 2nd floor.


Teacher Education Program Information

Being a teacher in today’s society is a very rewarding profession for those who care about the future of children, youth and communities. Few other careers are as personally fulfilling as teaching.  If you are caring, helpful, patient and passionate about learning, teaching may be your perfect career choice!

Mission of UNT Dallas Teacher Education Program
The Teacher Education Program prepares highly competent, reflective teachers who can apply academic theories and research to make informed decisions about effective practices in public school classrooms for all students with special emphasis on bilingual, English as a second language and students with exceptionalities. This program emphasizes professional attitudes, ethics and the celebration of diversity in multicultural and globalized settings.

Important Information regarding Student Teaching Eligibility

Students admitted to the Teacher Education Program admitted during the fall 2014 semester or later will be required to pass their content exam as a condition to be approved for student teaching. 


Curriculum and Instruction

The M.Ed.  in Curriculum and Instruction will have a STEM focus designed to for certified teachers and individuals seeking initial certification for K-12. The coursework will professionally develop full-time math and science teachers and prepare individuals seeking initial certification in classroom research and pedagogical content knowledge. The 36 credit master’s degree must be completed at the graduate level. The program allows for six (6) core courses and choices in multiple concentration areas.  


Educational Leadership & Administration

The UNT Dallas Principal Preparation M.Ed. Program prepares graduates with the knowledge, confidence and enthusiasm necessary to secure and succeed in campus or central office level leadership in public or private educational institutions.  Coursework is aimed toward meeting the challenges and opportunities of working in diverse and dynamic educational environments, and students develop the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully pass the TExES principal certification exam.


Accreditation

The UNT Dallas Teacher Education Program is accredited by the Texas Education Agency to offer undergraduate and post-baccaluareate certification programs.  Information on the program accreditation ratings, certfication exam results and other accountability data can be found on the TEA website by clicking here on the following link:   http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index2.aspx?id=2147485421&menu_id=2147483671

Title II, HEA 2014 State Report Cards

The 2014 State Report Cards are now publically available on the Title II website: https://title2.ed.gov/Public/Home.aspx. Here, you can view at-a-glance data for a state by hovering over a state on the map, or click on a state from the map to view more information. Once you have clicked on a state from the map, the entire State Report Card is available through a Table of Contents dropdown box in the upper right corner of the page.

 

 

What students are saying

" I love this campus. It’s friendly and inviting, the class size is small, and everyone seems willing to help, even the professors."

Nayelli, Class of 2018

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