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Adolescent-to-Young Adult

 

student in classThe Adolescent-to-Young Adult programs lead to licensure in grades 7-12 in the areas listed below.  Choose a program below to learn more about admission and course requirements.

 

Integrated Language Arts
The Integrated Language Arts program prepares candidates to teach all areas of language arts in grades 7-12. The program of study includes courses in English, Communications, Journalism, and Theater.  Faculty Advisor: Danielle Dani.

 

Integrated Mathematics
The Integrated Mathematics program prepares candidates to teach all areas of mathematics in grades 7-12. Examples of courses in the program of study include calculus, probability & statistics, and geometry. Faculty Advisor: Mathew Felton-Koestler

 

Integrated Science
The Integrated Science program prepares candidates to teach all areas of science in grades 7-12. The areas include Earth Science, Life Science and Physical Science.  Faculty Advisor: Danielle Dani

 

Earth Science
The Earth Science program prepares candidates to teach earth science in grades 7-12. Faculty Advisor: Danielle Dani


Family and Consumer Sciences
The Family and Consumer Sciences program prepares candidates to teach all areas for the Career-Technical license grades 4 - 12. The program of study includes courses in child and family studies, nutrition with science, retail merchandising and consumer/resource management, and interior architecture. Faculty Advisor: Beth Vanderveer

Life Science
The Life Science program prepares candidates to teach life science in grades 7-12. Faculty Advisor: Danielle Dani

 

Physical Science
The Physical Science program prepares candidates to teach chemistry or physics in grades 7-12.  Faculty Advisor: Danielle Dani

 

Integrated Social Studies
The Integrated Social Studies program prepares candidates to teach all areas of social studies in grades 7-12. The program of study includes courses in history, economics, geography, and political science.
Faculty Advisor:
Michael Kopish

 

Reading Endorsement
Any student who may be registered in one of four programs of study (Early Childhood, Middle Childhood, Adolescent/Young Adult, and Special Education) may add a reading endorsement to his/her license to teach reading in K -12, inclusive. Faculty Advisor: Sara Helfrich
 


Program Coordinator

Danielle Dani, Ph.D.
Associate Professor

Program Faculty:

Pam Beam
Danielle Dani
Matt Felton-Koestler
Allyson Hallman Thrasher
Sami Kahn
Michael Kopish
Joan Safran (emeriti-fall only)
 


Information for Current Students

CARE Partnership Program

Office of Clinical Experiences

The Ohio Department of Education Office of Certification/Licensure

 

 

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