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Become a MATH or SCIENCE TEACHER: ASU Master's in Education iTeachAZ Online Information Session
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Become a MATH or SCIENCE TEACHER: ASU Master's in Education iTeachAZ Online Information Session

12/11/2014
When: 12/11/2014
11:00 AM
Where: ONLINE
Adobe Connect Online Meeting Room: https://connect
Presenter: Kaitlyn Carr
Contact: Kaitlyn Carr
602-496-0126
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This online information session will cover the iTeachAZ (Elementary Education) and TEAMS (Secondary Education - Math & Sciences) district-based graduate programs leading to teacher certification available through the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. These programs are specifically designed for those interested in teaching math or science who already hold a bachelor’s degree in any discipline. Students will earn a Master's in Education which leads to Arizona teacher certification. Students will complete all coursework and student teaching either in the Tolleson Elementary School District, Osborn Elementary School District, or the Mesa Public School District.

If you will be joining this session from a public location (e.g. an internet café, coffee shop, library, etc.), please be sure to use a headset or earphones. The time listed is Mountain Standard Time (AZ); please take into consideration time zone differences and the fact that Arizona does not observe Daylight Savings Time.

At least five minutes prior to the session, please go to: https://connect.asu.edu/iteachazsitebasedmastersandazcertification/ 

Adobe Connect Online Meeting Room: https://connect.asu.edu/iteachazsitebasedmastersandazcertification/ 

 

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