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      The Department of Education is home for the study of how people learn and how to help people learn. Many of our students are preparing to work in schools, as teachers or as school psychologists; some are preparing for careers in museums and some for careers in education research.

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      Office of Graduate Admissions
      Bendetson Hall
      Medford, MA 02155
      (617) 627-3395
      gradadmissions@tufts.edu

      Teacher Preparation Degree Programs

      These programs are for students seeking initial teacher licensure. Teachers and specialists who wish to further their study in education and educational research, please see options below in Educational Studies, Museum Education and STEM Education.

      Master of Arts in Teaching Degrees

      • Understand teaching as an intellectual, collegial, and rigorous profession.
      • Reflect critically on classroom practice, student understandings, cognitive and social-emotional development, and teaching every student in elementary school classrooms.
      • Practice close attention and responsiveness to students' thinking and the practices of the STEM disciplines.
      • Develop a foundational understanding of how children learn to read and write, while considering multiple "literacies" that span STEM, ELA, social studies, and the arts.
      • Construct understandings of the role of schools in communities and societies, and examine urban schools as complex and dynamic places using social justice and equity perspectives.


      M.A. with Teacher Licensure

      M.S., Ph.D. in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Education 

      The M.S. and Ph.D. program in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Education will prepare researchers and educators who will contribute to improve STEM Education.

      M.S. in STEM Education Learning Objectives

      Develop and exhibit a deep understanding of the:

      • Theory and research on learning, development, and teaching; cognitive science; and the sociocultural foundations of education, both broadly and within their discipline
      • Developmental, pedagogical, content specific, and sociocultural challenges inherent in teaching and learning
      • Research methods and results appropriate for the development of studies that will contribute to new theoretical insights and practical approaches to education
      • Knowledge and practices in their respective disciplines

      Develop abilities to:

      • Express themselves and disseminate in effective ways, through different media, the results of their research (for example, orally, in writing, through video)
      • Address questions of educational and social relevance grounded in disciplinary knowledge, where relevance refers both to the field at large and to students’ particular professional experiences and interests
      • Collaborate with others on joint research projects
      • Situate their research within a global and international community
      • Understand the importance of respecting the children, teachers, students, and educators with whom they work

       

      Ph.D in STEM Education Learning Objectives

      Develop and exhibit a deep understanding of the:

      • Theory and research on learning, development, and teaching; cognitive science; and the sociocultural foundations of education, both broadly and within their discipline
      • Developmental, pedagogical, content specific, and sociocultural challenges inherent in teaching and learning
      • Research methods and results appropriate for the development of studies that will contribute to new theoretical insights and practical approaches to education
      • Knowledge and practices in their respective disciplines
      • Theory and research on learning and teaching in their disciplines
      • Develop abilities to:
      • Express themselves and disseminate in effective ways, through different media, the results of their research (for example, orally, in writing, through video)
      • Address questions of educational and social relevance grounded in disciplinary knowledge, where relevance refers both to the field at large and to students’ particular professional experiences and interests
      • Collaborate with others on joint research projects
      • Situate their research within a global and international community
      • Understand the importance of respecting the children, teachers, students, and educators with whom they work
      • Build on the work of others and eventually contribute to the corpus of human knowledge and understanding in their fields
      • Formulate researchable questions, design methods for addressing them, execute empirical studies, and validate conclusions

       

      Ph.D. in Education: Physics Education

      The Ph.D. program in Physics Education combines curriculum from the Department of Physics and Astronomy and the Department of Education.

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      David Hammer
      Professor and Chair
      Ph.D. , University of California
      Physics education; Director of the Institute for Research on Learning and Instruction
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      Susan Barahal
      Lecturer
      Ph.D. , Boston University
      Director of Art Education
      Linda Beardsley
      Senior Lecturer
      M.Ed. , Tufts University
      Teacher Education
      Bárbara M. Brizuela
      Professor and Dean of Academic Affairs
      Ph.D. , Harvard University
      Mathematics education, early childhood education, and cognitive development
      Steven Cohen
      Senior Lecturer
      Ph.D. , Brandeis University
      High school history; Director of Undergraduate Education
      Julia Gouvea
      Assistant Professor
      Ph.D. , University of California, Davis
      Biology education
      Brian Gravel
      Assistant Professor
      Ph.D. , Tufts University
      Director of Elementary Education
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      Andrew Izsak
      Professor
      Ph.D. , U.C. Berkeley
      Director of STEM Education
      Silas Pinto
      Senior Lecturer
      Ph.D. , University of Rhode Island
      Director of the School Psychology Program
      Shameka Powell
      Assistant Professor
      Ph.D. , University of Wisconsin-Madison
      Co-director of Educational Studies
      Ryan Redmond
      Lecturer
      M.A.T. , Tufts University
      Supervisor of Placements and Professional Development; Interim Director of Middle and High School Education
      Cynthia Robinson
      Senior Lecturer
      M.S. , Bank Street College of Education
      Director of Museum Studies
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      Noelle Roop
      Lecturer
      Ed.D. , Northeastern University– School Psychology
      School Psychology
      Erin Seaton
      Senior Lecturer
      Ed.D. , Harvard Graduate School of Education
      School Psychology

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      Fall: December 15 (STEM Education Ph.D. only) 
              January 2 (M.A.T. and M.A.)
              January 15 (M.S. and Ph.D.)

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      > Application fee
      > Resume/CV
      > Personal statement

      - Tell us about what motivates you to study STEM Education at Tufts. In this we are hoping for a reflection about your experiences and personal objectives, 1500-2500 words.

      > Official GRE scores
      > Official TOEFL or IELTS, if applicable
      > Transcripts
      > Three letters of recommendation

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      > Application fee
      > Resume/CV
      > Personal statement
      > Official GRE required

      - GRE scores are not required for current Tufts undergraduates, Tufts undergraduate alumni who are within 2 years of graduation, and Art Education candidates 

      > Official TOEFL or IELTS, if applicable
      > Transcripts
      > Three letters of recommendation

      - Middle/High School M.A.T candidates: two of the three letters of recommendation should be from academic professionals representing the subject area in which the applicant is seeking licensure. 

      > Supplemental essay 

      - An additional essay is required for applicants to the MAT Middle/High School (non-Art) program who are applying for an Urban Teacher Training Collaborative (UTTC) track: In up to 500 words, please tell us why you are seeking an intensive teacher training experience in an urban setting. What experiences have prepared you for working in an urban school and how will doing so contribute to your professional goals? 

      > Art portfolio (for Art Education candidates only)

       

      For questions about education programs, including scholarships and assistantships, please contact the appropriate graduate program director:

      Department of Education
      12 Upper Campus Road, Paige Hall
      Medford, Massachusetts 02155

      Email: education@tufts.edu
      Telephone: (617) 627-3244

       

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