Otterbein Education Department receives "Out of the Gate" grant from the Buck Institute of Education

The grant will provide professional development to Otterbein Education faculty, teacher partners from five different central Ohio school districts, and up to 300 Otterbein education majors.  The grant will implement training for Project-Based Learning, a method of teaching which examines real-world problems with 21st century skills.

Advanced Gifted Education Institutes

Teachers needing an additional 30 hours of gifted PD
Format: Saturday Seminars and job-embedded assignments to extend your teaching practice with gifted students.
Dates
Sept. 30, Nov.4, Jan. 13, Feb. 10
Times: 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in Roush Hall
Cost: $279 with the option of one hour of graduate credit for an additional $200
ContactAmy Featherstone - 614-823-3271

 

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Graduate Education Programs at Otterbein University

Otterbein’s Graduate programs in Education are small by design, forward thinking, and practical for the teaching professional.  At Otterbein, instructors and classmates become your colleagues.  Our class sizes are small and focused on community.  Otterbein instructors capitalize on the small class sizes, building professional relationships with students, and creating supportive learning environments to inspire students to apply what they learn in the classroom immediately.  Otterbein offers graduate education programs for licensed teachers and those interested in initial teacher licensure.

Program Highlights

  • Master of Arts in Education
  • Non Degree Programs
  • Professional Development
  • Gifted Institute
  • Master of Arts in Teaching - graduate route to initial teacher licensure in Middle Childhood or Intervention Specialist
  • Post Baccalaureate initial licensure programs - non degree licensure programs in Early Childhood, Middle Childhood, Adolescence to Young Adult, and Multi-Age

Mathematics teachers seeking advanced education that blends content knowledge with teaching skills should consider the Master of Arts in Educational Mathematics.