Master of Arts in Teaching
Application Deadline October 1st
For more information, contact the Department of Educational Studies MAT at 240-895-2018 or MAT@smcm.edu
Educational Studies News & Events
Department Head & Associate Professor Katy Arnett's co-edited volume, Minority Populations in Canadian Second Language Education has been published by Multilingual Matters. In addition to editing duties, she wrote a chapter for the book, examining the practice of exempting students with learning disabilities from French study in Canada.
June 7, 2014
Athletics and Recreation Center (ARC)
Educational Studies In Action
Interns abroad, publications, presentations, innovations, collaborations...
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Credentialing and Licensing
Basic Skills (Praxis I, SAT, GRE, or ACT)
The Department of Educational Studies requires that all candidates applying to the M.A.T. program have qualifying scores from either the SAT (1100), ACT, GRE, or PRAXIS I. Please use the following link for more information about taking PRAXIS I if you do not have the required SAT scores.
Academic Skills Assessment (Link to Maryland State Department of Education website)
Praxis II Information
The Department of Educational Studies recommends that all those who have been admitted to the M.A.T. program take the PRAXIS II CONTENT prior to entering the program in July. The CONTENT exam is a review of the material candidates learned in their SMCM major.
Praxis II Content Area Assessments (Link to Maryland State Department of Education website - includes Licensure Area, Test Required, Test Code and MD Score)
Out of State Certification Requirements
Information about each state's willingness to accept certification from other states.
The NASDTEC Interstate Agreement Facilitating Mobility of Educational Personnel (Link to National Association of State Directors Teacher Education and Certification website)
Information on the certification requirements of individual states
50 States' Certification Requirements (Link to University of Kentucky College of Education)