The mission of the education preparation program at the University of Tennessee at Martin is to prepare educators in initial and advanced programs as facilitators of active learning for P-12 learners in diverse and inclusive communities. This mission encompasses excellence in a variety of learning and field placement settings, fosters an innovative and student-focused learning community through coursework that is rigorous and standards-based, and integrates evidence-based educational practices in teaching and learning.
University of Tennessee Martin offers undergraduate programs in Integrated Studies, Secondary Education, and Special Education. Each of these programs is presented in three dimensions: general education, content education, and professional education. These dimensions will produce professionals who will be effective facilitators of learning.
All of our teacher preparation programs are approved by the Tennessee State Board of Education and accredited by NCATE.
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We are dedicated to providing a variety of opportunities throughout our four year period of study. Each year the professional complexity increases to aid in the development of the knowledge and skills necessary to be a successful facilitator of learning in a K-12 classroom. Students who successfully complete any of the undergraduate programs will be awarded the degree of Bachelor of Science in Education.
This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
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