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School of Education and Human Development University of Colorado Denver

School of Education and Human Development
 

STEM Education Program


STEM Education Program (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics)

Welcome! The University of Colorado Denver offers a unique opportunity for teachers to deepen their understanding of STEM content knowledge and to experience leadership opportunities. Our master’s program is designed to enrich teachers’ subject content knowledge in the STEM disciplines and to build upon their leadership potential in urban and diverse settings through high-quality standards-based teaching practices revolving around interactive learning opportunities of inquiry, dialogue, writing and reflection.

Mathematics Education

This program, led by nationally and internationally recognized faculty, is uniquely designed for teachers who aspire to implement culturally responsive, socially just pedagogy that supports all students’ mathematical conceptual understanding and skills. The program places central focus on connecting research in mathematics education to teacher practices in K-12 educational settings.

This program also has continuing education master’s level classes that build on one another and can be considered a pathway to certificates, endorsements and degrees. The classes are also available to community members as non-degree students. These classes are taught by expert faculty and influential members of the Denver education community who provide information and skills that are readily applicable and culturally responsive.

For additional information, contact:
Academic Services, education@ucdenver.edu, 303-315-6300

Science Education

Our program is designed for individuals who want to learn about reform-oriented science teaching and learning for students of all backgrounds. When you learn with us, you will develop a deep understanding of how people learn science, how to support science learning, how diversity enriches science teaching and learning, and how scientific understanding supports equity and social justice. Through engaging and rigorous coursework and related activities led by accomplished faculty, you will discover the rewards of an advanced degree in science education. Our faculty members are also active in research areas ranging from assessment to experiential learning and environmental literacy. Students will have opportunities for firsthand experience with research inquiry in different communities, and will gradually become integrated into the broader scholarship of science education.

For additional information contact:
Academic Services, education@ucdenver.edu, 303-315-6300

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