Graduate Education Courses

Summer 2022 classes begin on May 23 with courses running at different times throughout the summer. All Graduate Education classes will meet in-person unless otherwise noted. Please see the Graduate Education (GED) summer schedule below. Click here to see the TESOL (GSL) summer schedule.

Summer registration for matriculated and non-matriculated students is now open. Please be sure to register early to ensure a spot in the course(s) you plan to take. Matriculated students, new students who have paid their enrollment deposit, and non-matriculated students who have taken a graduate course at SMC in the past year may register through KnightVision Self Service. Students not enrolled in a program who have not taken a graduate course at SMC before must submit the Non-Matriculated Student Application form to be approved for access to KnightVision Self Service. Course confirmations come from the Registrar’s Office.

Summer 2022 Course Offerings

Please note:  classes begin Monday, May 23. All classes are in-person unless noted otherwise.  No classes on July 4.

Course # Course Name Instructor Dates and Times
GED 502Creating an Equity-Focused, Healing Centered Classroom and School (3cr) Approval required.Rhiannon Kim7/24-7/29 asynchronous virtual
8/1-8/5 9:00-3:00 in-person
8/8-8/12 asynchronous virtual
GED 510Becoming a Literacy Leader: Tools & Strategies for Success (3cr)Gayle Moskowitz5:00-8:00pm W: 5/18 & 5/25; 11:15-3:45pm T-Th: 7/19-7/21; T-F: 7/26-7/29
GED 516Educational Foundations: Understanding the Past and Creating the Future (3cr)Claudine Bedell4:00-8:30pm T&Th: 5/24-6/16 (4 weeks)
GED 520Child & Adolescent Development (3cr)Stacy Simonyi4:00-8:30pm M&W: 5/23-6/15 (4 weeks)
GED 522Teaching Literacy in the Pre-K-6 Classroom (3cr)Elizabeth Pacy4:00-8:30pm M-Th: 6/27-7/1; T&Th: 7/5-7/14 (2 weeks)
GED 526-AAfrican American History for Teachers (3 cr.) *Approval of Instructor Required*STAFF9:00-12:30 M-F 8/1-8/5; M-Th 8/8-8/11; M-T 8/15-8/16 ALL VIRTUAL
GED 530Literacy in Middle and Secondary Schools (3cr)Becky Wigglesworth4:00-8:30pm T,W,Th: 7/5-7/7; M,T,Th: 7/11-7/14; T&Th: 7/19, 7/21
GED 535Fostering Equity through Children’s Literature: Author and Illustrator Studies(3cr)Deb Killkelley and Vasanthi Meyette4:00-8:30pm Th: 5/26, 6/2, 6/9, 6/16; 8:30-1:00pm M-Th: 6/20/6/23
GED 558Educator as Researcher (3cr) Approval requiredTess DusslingFULLY ONLINE 5:15-7:45pm Th: 6/16; 1:00-5:00pm T&Th: 6/21-7/14 (4 weeks); T: 7/19
GED 571Antiracism: Critical Theory & Praxis (3cr)Rebecca HaslamFULLY ONLINE 4:30-7:30PM T: 6/7, 6/14; W: 6/8, 6/15 asynchronous; 1:00-4:00pm M-Th: 6/20-6/30 (2 weeks)
GED 612Math & Diversity (3cr)Erica Moy4:00-8:00pm, W&Th: 8/3-8/4; M-Th: 8/8-8/11; M,T, W: 8/15-8/17
GED 618From Assessment to Action: Using Data to Improve Student Learning (3cr)Jeff EvansHYBRID 8:00-12:15pm M-F: 7/18-7/29 (2 weeks)
(Class on 7/18 and 7/29 will be in-person. All other class sessions will be online.)
GED 624Art of the Book (3cr)Dorsey Hogg11:30 -3:15pm M-F: 7/25-8/5 (2 weeks)
GED 631Learning, Development, and Individual Differences (3cr)Beth Peterson4:00-8:30pm M&W: 5/23-6/15 (4 weeks) Memorial Day VIRTUAL
GED 633Legal and Professional Issues in Special Education (3cr) Amy Knight4:00-8:30pm W&Th: 6/22-23; M,T,Th: 6/27,6/28, 6/30; T-Th: 7/5-7/7
GED 635Middle Grades Summer Institute (3cr) James Nagle8:00-5:00pm M-F: 6/27-7/1 OFF-SITE
GED 640Language and Learning (3cr)Amy Knight4:00-8:30pm W&Th: 7/13-7/14; M,T,Th: 7/18-7/28 (2 weeks)
GED 684School and Community (3cr)Val Gardner8:00-12:15pm W-F: 6/22-6/24; M-F: 6/27-7/1; T&W: 7/5-7/6
GED 688ASchool Leadership Practicum – Part I (2cr) Part II (2cr) FA22, Part III (2cr) SP23Val Gardner5:15-7:45pm W: 5/18, 5/25; final August class TBD
GED 693Integrating the Arts, Social Studies, and Language Arts (3cr)Rebecca Haslam4:00-8:00pm T&Th: 7/19, 7/21; T:7/26 asynchronous; W&Th: 8/3-8/4; M-Th: 8/8-8/11
GED 695Teaching PreK-6 Science and Engineering (3cr)STAFF4:00-8:30pm W: 7/6; M&W: 7/11-7/20 (2 weeks); M,W,Th: 7/25, 7/27, 7/28
GED 699Capstone Seminar (3cr) Approval requiredTess DusslingFULLY ONLINE 5:15-7:45pm W: 5/18; 4:00-8:00pm W: 5/25-7/6 (7 weeks); M: 7/11
NOTE: all courses in-person unless otherwise noted. No classes on July 4

Fall 2022 Course Offerings

Course #Course Name & CreditsInstructorDayTimes
GED 503Restorative Responses to Harm – in Schools and in Society (3 cr.)Elijah HawkesMondayONLINE
GED 521Early Childhood Education: Foundations (3 cr.)Stacy SimonyiMonday5:15-7:45PM
GED 526-ASpecial Topics: African American History for Teachers (3 cr.)STAFFMondayONLINE
GED 572School Leadership (3 cr.)Greg MarinoMonday5:15-7:45PM
GED 581Soc/Emo Dev and Individual Differences (3 cr.)STAFFMonday5:15-7:45PM
GED 641Teaching in an Inclusive Classroom PK-12 (3 cr.)Cathy QuinnMonday5:15-7:45PM
GED 688-ASchool Leadership Practicum - Part II (2 cr.)Val GardnerTuesday5:15-7:45PM
GED 526-BSpecial Topics: Mindfulness Based Social Emotional Learning for Educators (3 cr.)Annie O'ShaughnessyTuesdayONLINE
GED 606Literacy Development and Instruction for K-12 (3 cr.)Soojoung KimTuesday5:15-7:45PM
GED 613Mathematics in the Pre-K-6 Classroom (3 cr.)Katy FarberTuesday5:15-7:45PM
GED 632Assessment of Students (3 cr.)Cathy QuinnTuesday5:15-7:45PM
GED 674Multicultural Arts (3 cr.) $50 materials course fee due at registrationSTAFFTuesday5:15-7:45PM
GED 511Fundamentals of Curriculum (3 cr.)Jackie TolmanWednesday5:15-7:45PM HYBRID
GED 528Pre-K-6 Curriculum, Assessment, & Management (4 cr.)Anne Tewksbury-FryeWednesday4:30-7:45PM
GED 547Middle & Secondary Curriculum Assessment (4 cr.)Hilary CarterWednesday5:15-8:00PM
GED 509Integrative Curriculum (3 cr.)Claudine BedellThursday5:15-7:45PM
GED 516Educational Foundations: Understanding the Past and Creating the Future (3 cr.)Cathy QuinnThursday5:15-7:45PM
GED 555Student Teaching Seminar (3 cr.) Instructor approval neededSTAFFThursdaytbd
GED 558Educator as Researcher (3 cr.) Instructor approval neededSTAFFThursday5:15-7:45PM
GED 580Approaches to Learning (3 cr.)STAFFThursday5:15-7:45PM
GED 643Multisensory Language-Based Literacy Instruction for Students with Disabilities (3 cr.)Amy KnightThursday5:15-7:45PM
GED 550Student Teaching Internship (6 cr.) Instructor approval neededAmy Saks PaveseM-Fn/a
GED 688-DReading Specialist Practicum (3 cr.) Instructor approval neededSoojoung KimM-Fn/a

Spring 2022 Course Offerings

Classes begin on January 17. Course formats are noted below the Course Number and Section. Hybrid courses will meet in-person for most class sessions with some scheduled virtual sessions.

Course Number and SectionFormatCourse TitleInstructor DayStart TimeEnd Time
GED 511-AHybridFundamentals of Curriculum (3cr)JeffEvansM5:15 p.m.7:45 p.m.
GED 520-AIn-PersonChild & Adolescent Development (3cr)DavidBrownW5:15 p.m.7:45 p.m.
GED 524-AIn-PersonEarly Childhood Ed: Methods (3cr)JennyStearnsT5:15 p.m.7:45 p.m.
GED 501-AVirtualTeaching & Learning through Mindfulness & Restorative Practices (3cr)AnnieO'ShaughnessyWvirtualvirtual
GED 504-ANEW! Holistic Restorative Education Practicum (3cr)AnnieO'ShaughnessyN/AN/AN/A
GED 529-AHybridPersonalized Learning (3cr)DonTaylorTh5:15 p.m.7:45 p.m.
GED 534-AHybridAssessment & Instruction in Reading (3cr)StacySimonyiT5:15 p.m.7:45 p.m.
GED 542-AIn-PersonPre-K-12 Curriculum & Assessment (4cr)AnneTewkesbury-FryeTH4:30 p.m.7:45 p.m.
GED 550-AIn-PersonStudent Teaching Internship (6cr)AmySaks-PaveseN/AN/AN/A
GED 555-AIn-PersonStudent Teaching Seminar (3cr)AmySaks-PaveseT4:00 p.m.6:30 p.m.
GED 555-BIn-PersonStudent Teaching Seminar (3cr)MaryBethDoyleT4:00 p.m.6:30 p.m.
GED 567-AHybridLegal & Financial Management of Schools (4cr)CathyQuinnT4:30 p.m.8:00 p.m.
GED 595-AHybridLaunching & Developing a Writer's Workshop in Elementary Grades (3cr)GayleMoskowitzW5:15 p.m.7:45 p.m.
GED 621-AHybridSupervison, Evaluation & Teacher Development (3cr)CathyQuinnTh5:15 p.m.7:45 p.m.
GED 635-AIn-PersonMiddle Grades Organization (3cr)Kevin Hunt & Amanda LabergeM5:15 p.m.7:45 p.m.
GED 661-AIn-PersonSpecial Education Practicum (6cr)AmyKnightN/AN/AN/A
GED 662-AIn-PersonMAT Special Education Seminar (3cr)AmyKnightT4:30 p.m.7:00 p.m.
GED 688-AIn-PersonSchool Leadership Practicum (2cr)ValerieGardnerM5:30 p.m.8:00 p.m.
GED 688-EIn-PersonSpecial Education Endorsement Practicum (4cr)AmyKnightN/AN/AN/A
GED 688-DHybridReading Specialist Practicum (3cr)StacySimonyiN/AN/AN/A
GED 691-AIn-PersonPersonalized Inquiry: Finding your Why (2cr)BeckyWigglesworthWvarious12/1 @ 5:15-6:45pm
12/17 @ 4:30-6:00pm
1/19, 2/9, 3/9, 4/13 @ 4:00-6:30pm
4/25, 4/26, 4/27, 4/28 @ 4:00-6:00pm
5/4, 5/5 @ 4:00 - 7:00pm
5/6 final class @ 4:00-6:00pm
GED 691-BIn-PersonPersonalized Inquiry: Finding your Why (2cr)ClaudineBedellWvarious12/1 @ 5:15-6:45pm
12/17 @ 4:30-6:00pm
1/19, 2/9, 3/9, 4/13 @ 4:00-6:30pm
4/25, 4/26, 4/27, 4/28 @ 4:00-6:00pm
5/4, 5/5 @ 4:00 - 7:00pm
5/6 final class @ 4:00-6:00pm
GED 699-AHybridCapstone Seminar (3cr)ClaudineBedellTh5:15 p.m.7:45 p.m.

MATESOL Summer Course Offerings

Course # Course Name Instructor Dates and Times ALL VIRTUAL
GSL 500/ AL 101Foundations of Linguistics (3cr)April Shandor7/5–8/12 asynchronous with weekly meetings TTh: 6:00-7:00pm
GSL 655Language Learning and Assessment for Children (3cr)Lauren Hoyt6/27-7/15 asynchronous with weekly meetings W: 6/29, 7/6, 7/13 12-1:00pm

GED Term Offerings

Education Course Offerings

This is a tentative schedule for planning purposes. Fall and Spring 3-credit courses are offered from 5:15 pm – 7:45 pm, with a few exceptions beginning earlier or later. Click here to access the Graduate Course catalog for course descriptions. The new 2021-2022 Graduate Course catalog is now available.

CodeCourse TitleCrSummerFallSpring
GED 501Transforming Teaching & Learning Through Mindfulness and Restorative3X
GED 502Creating an Equity-Focused, Healing Centered Classroom and School3X
GED 503Prevention and Response to Harm in Schools Through Restorative Practices3X
GED 504Holistic Restorative program practicum3X
GED 508Fostering Achievement: Research-Based Strategies that Promote Equity, Engagement and Collaborative Problem-Solving3Inquire  
GED 509Equity Pedagogies and Integrated Curriculum3 X 
GED 510Becoming A Literacy Leader: Tools & Strategies for Success3X - even years only  
GED 511Fundamentals of Curriculum3 XX
GED 516Educational Foundations: Understanding the Past and Creating the Future3XX 
GED 517Teaching Nonfiction in the Elementary Grades3  X
GED 520Child and Adolescent Development3X X
GED 521Early Childhood Education: Foundations3 X 
GED 522Teaching Literacy in the Pre-K-6 Classroom3X  
GED 524Early Childhood Education: Methods and Practice3  X
GED 526Special Topics3XXX
GED 528Pre-K-6 Curriculum, Assessment and Management4 X 
GED 529Personalized Learning3  X
GED 530Literacy in Middle and Secondary Schools3X  
GED 534Literacy Assessment, Instruction, and Intervention in Reading3  X
GED 535Fostering Equity through Children’s Literature: Author and Illustrator Studies3X even years  
GED 542Pre-K-13 Curriculum Assessment4X
GED 547Middle and Secondary Curriculum and Assessment4 X 
GED 550Student Teaching Internship6 XX
GED 555Student Teaching Seminar3 XX
GED 558Educator as Researcher3XX 
GED 562Thesis Research3XXX
GED 567Legal and Financial Management of Schools4  X
GED 571Antiracism: Critical Theory and Praxis3X
GED 572School Leadership3 X 
GED 580Approaches to Teaching3 X 
GED 581Social/Emotional Development and Individual Differences3 X 
GED 595Launching and Developing the Writing Workshop in the Elementary Grades3  X even years
GED 596Digital Media, Animation, and Motion Graphics3X
GED 606Literacy Development and Instruction K-123 X 
GED 607Literacy Instruction for Adolescents with Reading Difficulties: Intervention & Instruction3X odd years  
GED 612Math and Diversity3X 
GED 613Mathematics in the Pre-K-6 Classroom3 X 
GED 618From Assessment to Action: Using Data to Improve Schools3X  
GED 621Supervision, Evaluation & Teacher Development3  x
GED 624The Art of the Book3X even years  
GED 631Learning, Development, and Individual Differences3X  
GED 632Assessment of Students within General and Special Education3 X 
GED 633Legal and Professional Issues in Special Education3X  
GED 635Middle Grades: Organizational Strand3  X
GED 635AMiddle Grades Summer Institute3X  
GED 640Language and Learning3 X 
GED 641Teaching in an Inclusive Classroom Pre-K-123 X 
GED 643Multisensory Language-Based Literacy Instruction for Students with Disabilities, Pre-K-63X 
GED 649Arts: The Creative Process3  X odd years
GED 651Hands On! Learning in and through the Arts3 X odd years 
GED 661Special Education Practicum6  X
GED 662Special Education Seminar3  X
GED 668Administration & Interpretation of Woodcock-Johnson IV3 X 
GED 673Special Topics in Art Education1-3XXX
GED 674Multicultural Arts3 X even years 
GED 678Heroes, Art & Social Justice: Aesthetic Perspectives3X odd years  
GED 684School and Community3X  
GED 686Independent Study1-6XXX
GED 687Directed Readings1-6XXX
GED 688ASchool Leadership Internship, Part I (summer), Part II (fall), Part III (spring)6XXX
GED 688DReading Specialist Practicum3 XX
GED 688C688C English Language Learner Endorsement Practicum4X
GED 688ESpecial Education Endorsement Practicum4X
GED 691Personalized Inquiry: Finding Your Why2  X
GED 693Integrating Art, Social Studies & Language Arts: Pre-K-63X even years  
GED 695Teaching Pre-K-6 Science and Engineering3 X 
GED 699Capstone Seminar3X X

Summer 2022 Course Offerings

Please note:  classes begin Monday, May 23. All classes are in-person unless noted otherwise.  No classes on July 4.

Course # Course Name Instructor Dates and Times
GED 502Creating an Equity-Focused, Healing Centered Classroom and School (3cr) Approval required.Rhiannon Kim7/24-7/29 asynchronous virtual
8/1-8/5 9:00-3:00 in-person
8/8-8/12 asynchronous virtual
GED 510Becoming a Literacy Leader: Tools & Strategies for Success (3cr)Gayle Moskowitz5:00-8:00pm W: 5/18 & 5/25; 11:15-3:45pm T-Th: 7/19-7/21; T-F: 7/26-7/29
GED 516Educational Foundations: Understanding the Past and Creating the Future (3cr)Claudine Bedell4:00-8:30pm T&Th: 5/24-6/16 (4 weeks)
GED 520Child & Adolescent Development (3cr)Stacy Simonyi4:00-8:30pm M&W: 5/23-6/15 (4 weeks)
GED 522Teaching Literacy in the Pre-K-6 Classroom (3cr)Elizabeth Pacy4:00-8:30pm M-Th: 6/27-7/1; T&Th: 7/5-7/14 (2 weeks)
GED 526-AAfrican American History for Teachers (3 cr.) *Approval of Instructor Required*STAFF9:00-12:30 M-F 8/1-8/5; M-Th 8/8-8/11; M-T 8/15-8/16 ALL VIRTUAL
GED 530Literacy in Middle and Secondary Schools (3cr)Becky Wigglesworth4:00-8:30pm T,W,Th: 7/5-7/7; M,T,Th: 7/11-7/14; T&Th: 7/19, 7/21
GED 535Fostering Equity through Children’s Literature: Author and Illustrator Studies(3cr)Deb Killkelley and Vasanthi Meyette4:00-8:30pm Th: 5/26, 6/2, 6/9, 6/16; 8:30-1:00pm M-Th: 6/20/6/23
GED 558Educator as Researcher (3cr) Approval requiredTess DusslingFULLY ONLINE 5:15-7:45pm Th: 6/16; 1:00-5:00pm T&Th: 6/21-7/14 (4 weeks); T: 7/19
GED 571Antiracism: Critical Theory & Praxis (3cr)Rebecca HaslamFULLY ONLINE 4:30-7:30PM T: 6/7, 6/14; W: 6/8, 6/15 asynchronous; 1:00-4:00pm M-Th: 6/20-6/30 (2 weeks)
GED 612Math & Diversity (3cr)Erica Moy4:00-8:00pm, W&Th: 8/3-8/4; M-Th: 8/8-8/11; M,T, W: 8/15-8/17
GED 618From Assessment to Action: Using Data to Improve Student Learning (3cr)Jeff EvansHYBRID 8:00-12:15pm M-F: 7/18-7/29 (2 weeks)
(Class on 7/18 and 7/29 will be in-person. All other class sessions will be online.)
GED 624Art of the Book (3cr)Dorsey Hogg11:30 -3:15pm M-F: 7/25-8/5 (2 weeks)
GED 631Learning, Development, and Individual Differences (3cr)Beth Peterson4:00-8:30pm M&W: 5/23-6/15 (4 weeks) Memorial Day VIRTUAL
GED 633Legal and Professional Issues in Special Education (3cr) Amy Knight4:00-8:30pm W&Th: 6/22-23; M,T,Th: 6/27,6/28, 6/30; T-Th: 7/5-7/7
GED 635Middle Grades Summer Institute (3cr) James Nagle8:00-5:00pm M-F: 6/27-7/1 OFF-SITE
GED 640Language and Learning (3cr)Amy Knight4:00-8:30pm W&Th: 7/13-7/14; M,T,Th: 7/18-7/28 (2 weeks)
GED 684School and Community (3cr)Val Gardner8:00-12:15pm W-F: 6/22-6/24; M-F: 6/27-7/1; T&W: 7/5-7/6
GED 688ASchool Leadership Practicum – Part I (2cr) Part II (2cr) FA22, Part III (2cr) SP23Val Gardner5:15-7:45pm W: 5/18, 5/25; final August class TBD
GED 693Integrating the Arts, Social Studies, and Language Arts (3cr)Rebecca Haslam4:00-8:00pm T&Th: 7/19, 7/21; T:7/26 asynchronous; W&Th: 8/3-8/4; M-Th: 8/8-8/11
GED 695Teaching PreK-6 Science and Engineering (3cr)STAFF4:00-8:30pm W: 7/6; M&W: 7/11-7/20 (2 weeks); M,W,Th: 7/25, 7/27, 7/28
GED 699Capstone Seminar (3cr) Approval requiredTess DusslingFULLY ONLINE 5:15-7:45pm W: 5/18; 4:00-8:00pm W: 5/25-7/6 (7 weeks); M: 7/11
NOTE: all courses in-person unless otherwise noted. No classes on July 4

Fall 2022 Course Offerings

Course #Course Name & CreditsInstructorDayTimes
GED 503Restorative Responses to Harm – in Schools and in Society (3 cr.)Elijah HawkesMondayONLINE
GED 521Early Childhood Education: Foundations (3 cr.)Stacy SimonyiMonday5:15-7:45PM
GED 526-ASpecial Topics: African American History for Teachers (3 cr.)STAFFMondayONLINE
GED 572School Leadership (3 cr.)Greg MarinoMonday5:15-7:45PM
GED 581Soc/Emo Dev and Individual Differences (3 cr.)STAFFMonday5:15-7:45PM
GED 641Teaching in an Inclusive Classroom PK-12 (3 cr.)Cathy QuinnMonday5:15-7:45PM
GED 688-ASchool Leadership Practicum - Part II (2 cr.)Val GardnerTuesday5:15-7:45PM
GED 526-BSpecial Topics: Mindfulness Based Social Emotional Learning for Educators (3 cr.)Annie O'ShaughnessyTuesdayONLINE
GED 606Literacy Development and Instruction for K-12 (3 cr.)Soojoung KimTuesday5:15-7:45PM
GED 613Mathematics in the Pre-K-6 Classroom (3 cr.)Katy FarberTuesday5:15-7:45PM
GED 632Assessment of Students (3 cr.)Cathy QuinnTuesday5:15-7:45PM
GED 674Multicultural Arts (3 cr.) $50 materials course fee due at registrationSTAFFTuesday5:15-7:45PM
GED 511Fundamentals of Curriculum (3 cr.)Jackie TolmanWednesday5:15-7:45PM HYBRID
GED 528Pre-K-6 Curriculum, Assessment, & Management (4 cr.)Anne Tewksbury-FryeWednesday4:30-7:45PM
GED 547Middle & Secondary Curriculum Assessment (4 cr.)Hilary CarterWednesday5:15-8:00PM
GED 509Integrative Curriculum (3 cr.)Claudine BedellThursday5:15-7:45PM
GED 516Educational Foundations: Understanding the Past and Creating the Future (3 cr.)Cathy QuinnThursday5:15-7:45PM
GED 555Student Teaching Seminar (3 cr.) Instructor approval neededSTAFFThursdaytbd
GED 558Educator as Researcher (3 cr.) Instructor approval neededSTAFFThursday5:15-7:45PM
GED 580Approaches to Learning (3 cr.)STAFFThursday5:15-7:45PM
GED 643Multisensory Language-Based Literacy Instruction for Students with Disabilities (3 cr.)Amy KnightThursday5:15-7:45PM
GED 550Student Teaching Internship (6 cr.) Instructor approval neededAmy Saks PaveseM-Fn/a
GED 688-DReading Specialist Practicum (3 cr.) Instructor approval neededSoojoung KimM-Fn/a

Spring 2022 Course Offerings

Classes begin on January 17. Course formats are noted below the Course Number and Section. Hybrid courses will meet in-person for most class sessions with some scheduled virtual sessions.

Course Number and SectionFormatCourse TitleInstructor DayStart TimeEnd Time
GED 511-AHybridFundamentals of Curriculum (3cr)JeffEvansM5:15 p.m.7:45 p.m.
GED 520-AIn-PersonChild & Adolescent Development (3cr)DavidBrownW5:15 p.m.7:45 p.m.
GED 524-AIn-PersonEarly Childhood Ed: Methods (3cr)JennyStearnsT5:15 p.m.7:45 p.m.
GED 501-AVirtualTeaching & Learning through Mindfulness & Restorative Practices (3cr)AnnieO'ShaughnessyWvirtualvirtual
GED 504-ANEW! Holistic Restorative Education Practicum (3cr)AnnieO'ShaughnessyN/AN/AN/A
GED 529-AHybridPersonalized Learning (3cr)DonTaylorTh5:15 p.m.7:45 p.m.
GED 534-AHybridAssessment & Instruction in Reading (3cr)StacySimonyiT5:15 p.m.7:45 p.m.
GED 542-AIn-PersonPre-K-12 Curriculum & Assessment (4cr)AnneTewkesbury-FryeTH4:30 p.m.7:45 p.m.
GED 550-AIn-PersonStudent Teaching Internship (6cr)AmySaks-PaveseN/AN/AN/A
GED 555-AIn-PersonStudent Teaching Seminar (3cr)AmySaks-PaveseT4:00 p.m.6:30 p.m.
GED 555-BIn-PersonStudent Teaching Seminar (3cr)MaryBethDoyleT4:00 p.m.6:30 p.m.
GED 567-AHybridLegal & Financial Management of Schools (4cr)CathyQuinnT4:30 p.m.8:00 p.m.
GED 595-AHybridLaunching & Developing a Writer's Workshop in Elementary Grades (3cr)GayleMoskowitzW5:15 p.m.7:45 p.m.
GED 621-AHybridSupervison, Evaluation & Teacher Development (3cr)CathyQuinnTh5:15 p.m.7:45 p.m.
GED 635-AIn-PersonMiddle Grades Organization (3cr)Kevin Hunt & Amanda LabergeM5:15 p.m.7:45 p.m.
GED 661-AIn-PersonSpecial Education Practicum (6cr)AmyKnightN/AN/AN/A
GED 662-AIn-PersonMAT Special Education Seminar (3cr)AmyKnightT4:30 p.m.7:00 p.m.
GED 688-AIn-PersonSchool Leadership Practicum (2cr)ValerieGardnerM5:30 p.m.8:00 p.m.
GED 688-EIn-PersonSpecial Education Endorsement Practicum (4cr)AmyKnightN/AN/AN/A
GED 688-DHybridReading Specialist Practicum (3cr)StacySimonyiN/AN/AN/A
GED 691-AIn-PersonPersonalized Inquiry: Finding your Why (2cr)BeckyWigglesworthWvarious12/1 @ 5:15-6:45pm
12/17 @ 4:30-6:00pm
1/19, 2/9, 3/9, 4/13 @ 4:00-6:30pm
4/25, 4/26, 4/27, 4/28 @ 4:00-6:00pm
5/4, 5/5 @ 4:00 - 7:00pm
5/6 final class @ 4:00-6:00pm
GED 691-BIn-PersonPersonalized Inquiry: Finding your Why (2cr)ClaudineBedellWvarious12/1 @ 5:15-6:45pm
12/17 @ 4:30-6:00pm
1/19, 2/9, 3/9, 4/13 @ 4:00-6:30pm
4/25, 4/26, 4/27, 4/28 @ 4:00-6:00pm
5/4, 5/5 @ 4:00 - 7:00pm
5/6 final class @ 4:00-6:00pm
GED 699-AHybridCapstone Seminar (3cr)ClaudineBedellTh5:15 p.m.7:45 p.m.

MATESOL Summer Course Offerings

Course # Course Name Instructor Dates and Times ALL VIRTUAL
GSL 500/ AL 101Foundations of Linguistics (3cr)April Shandor7/5–8/12 asynchronous with weekly meetings TTh: 6:00-7:00pm
GSL 655Language Learning and Assessment for Children (3cr)Lauren Hoyt6/27-7/15 asynchronous with weekly meetings W: 6/29, 7/6, 7/13 12-1:00pm

GED Term Offerings

Education Course Offerings

This is a tentative schedule for planning purposes. Fall and Spring 3-credit courses are offered from 5:15 pm – 7:45 pm, with a few exceptions beginning earlier or later. Click here to access the Graduate Course catalog for course descriptions. The new 2021-2022 Graduate Course catalog is now available.

CodeCourse TitleCrSummerFallSpring
GED 501Transforming Teaching & Learning Through Mindfulness and Restorative3X
GED 502Creating an Equity-Focused, Healing Centered Classroom and School3X
GED 503Prevention and Response to Harm in Schools Through Restorative Practices3X
GED 504Holistic Restorative program practicum3X
GED 508Fostering Achievement: Research-Based Strategies that Promote Equity, Engagement and Collaborative Problem-Solving3Inquire  
GED 509Equity Pedagogies and Integrated Curriculum3 X 
GED 510Becoming A Literacy Leader: Tools & Strategies for Success3X - even years only  
GED 511Fundamentals of Curriculum3 XX
GED 516Educational Foundations: Understanding the Past and Creating the Future3XX 
GED 517Teaching Nonfiction in the Elementary Grades3  X
GED 520Child and Adolescent Development3X X
GED 521Early Childhood Education: Foundations3 X 
GED 522Teaching Literacy in the Pre-K-6 Classroom3X  
GED 524Early Childhood Education: Methods and Practice3  X
GED 526Special Topics3XXX
GED 528Pre-K-6 Curriculum, Assessment and Management4 X 
GED 529Personalized Learning3  X
GED 530Literacy in Middle and Secondary Schools3X  
GED 534Literacy Assessment, Instruction, and Intervention in Reading3  X
GED 535Fostering Equity through Children’s Literature: Author and Illustrator Studies3X even years  
GED 542Pre-K-13 Curriculum Assessment4X
GED 547Middle and Secondary Curriculum and Assessment4 X 
GED 550Student Teaching Internship6 XX
GED 555Student Teaching Seminar3 XX
GED 558Educator as Researcher3XX 
GED 562Thesis Research3XXX
GED 567Legal and Financial Management of Schools4  X
GED 571Antiracism: Critical Theory and Praxis3X
GED 572School Leadership3 X 
GED 580Approaches to Teaching3 X 
GED 581Social/Emotional Development and Individual Differences3 X 
GED 595Launching and Developing the Writing Workshop in the Elementary Grades3  X even years
GED 596Digital Media, Animation, and Motion Graphics3X
GED 606Literacy Development and Instruction K-123 X 
GED 607Literacy Instruction for Adolescents with Reading Difficulties: Intervention & Instruction3X odd years  
GED 612Math and Diversity3X 
GED 613Mathematics in the Pre-K-6 Classroom3 X 
GED 618From Assessment to Action: Using Data to Improve Schools3X  
GED 621Supervision, Evaluation & Teacher Development3  x
GED 624The Art of the Book3X even years  
GED 631Learning, Development, and Individual Differences3X  
GED 632Assessment of Students within General and Special Education3 X 
GED 633Legal and Professional Issues in Special Education3X  
GED 635Middle Grades: Organizational Strand3  X
GED 635AMiddle Grades Summer Institute3X  
GED 640Language and Learning3 X 
GED 641Teaching in an Inclusive Classroom Pre-K-123 X 
GED 643Multisensory Language-Based Literacy Instruction for Students with Disabilities, Pre-K-63X 
GED 649Arts: The Creative Process3  X odd years
GED 651Hands On! Learning in and through the Arts3 X odd years 
GED 661Special Education Practicum6  X
GED 662Special Education Seminar3  X
GED 668Administration & Interpretation of Woodcock-Johnson IV3 X 
GED 673Special Topics in Art Education1-3XXX
GED 674Multicultural Arts3 X even years 
GED 678Heroes, Art & Social Justice: Aesthetic Perspectives3X odd years  
GED 684School and Community3X  
GED 686Independent Study1-6XXX
GED 687Directed Readings1-6XXX
GED 688ASchool Leadership Internship, Part I (summer), Part II (fall), Part III (spring)6XXX
GED 688DReading Specialist Practicum3 XX
GED 688C688C English Language Learner Endorsement Practicum4X
GED 688ESpecial Education Endorsement Practicum4X
GED 691Personalized Inquiry: Finding Your Why2  X
GED 693Integrating Art, Social Studies & Language Arts: Pre-K-63X even years  
GED 695Teaching Pre-K-6 Science and Engineering3 X 
GED 699Capstone Seminar3X X