Ohio University

STEM+ FOR ALL Teaching Fellowship

Putting Research into Practice

The Patton College of Education STEM+ FOR ALL program focuses on supporting individuals who seek to change their careers to become Intervention Specialist teachers. Each prospective teacher in the Teaching Fellowship cohort will receive ongoing training, mentoring, and financial support to obtain an online Master's Degree in Education (MEd) with licensure as an Intervention Specialist in one of three different majors.


STEM+ FOR ALL Teaching Fellowship Information

STEM+ FOR ALL Master's in Education flyer (PDF)




Online Gradate Program in Special Education - Who Should Apply?

  • People with science, technology, engineering, and math backgrounds 
  • PreK-12 teachers who want to become intervention specialist

Put Your Plan into Action

Deadline to Apply: December 1, 2020

Application materials include two letters of recommendation, a writing sample of two pages indicating your commitment to teaching and highlighting your knowledge and/or accomplishments in STEM fields and unofficial transcripts from your baccalaureate degree program. Because space is limited in this program, applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible.

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Ryan Pigman, Ph.D.
Program Coordinator
309 McCracken Hall

Teacher Quality Partnership (TQP) Grant Program

A partnership between Ohio University and the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio (ESCCO), the STEM+ FOR ALL program seeks to improve the quality of OHIO's special education teacher preparation program. Ohio University received the Teacher Quality Partnership Grant from the U.S. Department of Education, totaling more than $4.1 million in grant funding spanning over five years.