New Degrees in Early Childhood Education & Special Education
New options for becoming a certified Early Childhood Education (PreK-4th Grade) and Special Education (PreK-8th Grade) teacher have arrived at Temple. Our M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education and M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education and Special Education prepare high quality, professional educators who embrace innovation, equity, excellence, and leadership opportunities as teachers in diverse educational settings.
Temple University and the Office of Congressman Fattah will host Addressing Autism with special guest Ron Suskind, a Pulitzer Prize-winning and New York Times Best Selling author. Suskind will explain the development of Affinity Therapy and what you can do as a scientist, family member, or caregiver to improve the lives of those affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder. The event will feature a panel that includes Dr. Matt Tincani, Associate Professor, Special Education and Applied Behavior Analysis Programs at Temple University.
The role of women in the Civil Rights Movement takes center stage in documentary by a Temple University College of Education alumna.
Temple students mentor college-age adults with intellectual disabilities through the Academy for Adult Learning.
Temple University formally recognizes that standardized testing is not always the best measure of student performance. An admissions officer— and doctorate-holding alumna—proves it.
The Temple Teacher Residency program prepares teachers like Jessica Scherff, EDU ’10 (pictured), to work with students in Philadelphia public and charter schools.