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Master of Arts in Teaching

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Professional Immersion Master of Arts in Teaching Program

This option is offered in partnership with local school systems to provide support and a full masters program for candidates during their first two years of teaching. These alternative options which adapt and apply effective practices from our school immersion model are designed to help meet the teacher shortage. The following partnerships are in place:

Project SITE SUPPORT
The HEA Title II Partnership Grant supports this partnership with Baltimore City Public Schools. Candidates complete the program over two years while they are teaching in their own classrooms. Candidates register as interns across the two years and receive supervision and multiple integrated support systems from both the university and the school system. Candidates, K-12 teachers and administrators, education faculty, and arts and science faculty are linked through an electronic learning community.

ProMAT- Teach for America
In this partnership with Baltimore City Public Schools, Teach for America corp members complete the M.A.T. program over two years while they are teaching in their own classrooms. The internship is spread over the two years to provide continuous, integrated multiple support systems for these teachers.

Montgomery ProMAT
In this partnership with Montgomery County Public Schools, applicants must have experience as substitutes, applicants must have experience as substitutes, instructional assistants or teachers before beginning the program. Candidates who satisfactorily complete 15 credits and a 4-week summer internship are assigned their own classroom for a year as long-term substitutes while they continue their coursework. During the teaching year, candidates register as interns and receive supervision and integrated multiple support systems from both the university and the school system. They complete the final course work for certification during the second summer.


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