Teacher Education Resources
The School of Education is dedicated to preparing educators who are highly qualified and committed to maximizing learning across all age and demographic groups, birth to grade 12.
Use the resources on this page to plan and organize your studies as you progress through your program.
- Educational Testing Service® (ETS), the organization that issues the Praxis Exam, has postponed testing due to COVID-19 (3/17/2020)
- Pearson VUE has, the organization that issues the Foundations of Reading Exam, has suspended testing due to COVID-19 (3/17/2020)
- For the Spring 2020 term, proof of passing score for the Praxis Core (includes Math, Reading and Writing sections) will be temporarily waived as a prerequisite to register for EDU 622 students. EDU 700 students who have not passed the Praxis Core before the end of Winter term will be permitted to register for SOE spring courses with permission of their advisor.
- Impact to School of Education Clinical Courses (3/16/2020)
View our guide to Facilitating Remote Learning Experiences for Pk-12 Learners During Response to COVID-19. We will continuously update this guide with additional resources.
The School of Education offers a wide variety of events to prospective students, teacher candidates, and those in search of professional development opportunities. Specific areas include:
- Teacher Info Sessions
- Student Success Meetings
- TCAP Work Sessions
- Professional Development Workshops
Field Placement Faculty
Field Placement Faculty, Merrimack County
Hillsborough East, Rockingham West
Digital Learning Specialist, Cheshire, Hillsborough West
Strafford, Rockingham East
Blind & Visually Impaired
Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities
Emotional Behavioral Disorders
General Special Education and Elementary Education (GSE/EE)
Early Childhood Education / Early Childhood Special Education (ECE/ECSPED)
Digital Learning Specialist
Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH)
Blind and Visually Impaired (BVI)
InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards
Granite State College aligns our programs with the model core teaching standards from the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO), through its Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC). These standards outline what teachers should know and be able to do to ensure every K-12 student reaches the goal of being ready to enter college or the workforce in today’s world.
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