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This is the transformative learning that can come from teachers who bring their own love of the language and story to the classroom, and this is the kind of teacher UW-Eau Claire produces year after year.
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The mission of the English education emphasis is to prepare students for licensure as 6-12 grade English language arts teachers.
Apply knowledge of subject area, student learning, educational research, and pedagogical theory to instructional design.
The English teaching/education major at UW-Eau Claire is designed to prepare graduates for licensure to teach grades 6-12 English language arts in the state of Wisconsin. In alignment with state goals, the program follows the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) criteria for learning outcomes, which can be found in full below.
Christina Berchini, assistant professor of English education at UW-Eau Claire, recently published a compelling piece in an educators' blog titled "Teachers, Profs, Parents: Writers Who Care." In her piece, Berchini responds to a letter sent to her by a former English education student who finds himself facing some of the struggles inherent to the profession. The poignant response offers sage advice, while reminding her former student of his gifts and the noble purpose of his career choice. Read the full blog post at the link below.
For a more complete look at the English requirements and course descriptions, see the online course catalog.
Additional admission information and licensure requirements for the College of Education and Human Sciences are available in the online catalog.
Please contact Alaina Guns (email@example.com) or Joanne Erickson (firstname.lastname@example.org) or stop in the English Department office (Centennial Hall 4102) to make an appointment with Dr. Rex.
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