March SEOH Program News

March Live Session

SEOH kicks off its spring semester this month with courses commencing on March 6. Our live session is Saturday, March 11. Attendance is required - please sign in upon arrival. 

9:00AM–10:30AM, EDP 656
9:00AM–10:30AM, EDP 572 
10:45AM–12:15PM, EDP 650A 
10:45AM–12:15PM, EDP 596
12:30PM–2:00PM, EDT 642

Licensure Assessments

The state of Ohio recognizes that high-quality teachers are developed through high-quality educator preparation programs. Program students are assessed for program continuation via specific academic performance, content standards, and professional dispositions. More information about the assessments, including preparation and test center locations may be found on our Licensure Resource page.

Teaching of Reading Requirement

ODE requires a minimum of 12 semester hours of reading coursework (9 semester hours in the teaching of reading and 3 semester hours in the teaching of phonics) for Intervention Specialist licensure. Please consult your program plan of study to confirm which (if any) reading elective courses you need to satisfy the reading requirement. Like EDT 642 (offered this spring), EDT 646 is available in the SEOH program format this summer. Alternate courses may be taken in other formats from Miami or other CAEP accredited institutions with prior approval.

Job Search for Teacher Candidates

There are many employment related events this month culminating with the March 29 Teacher Job Fair. These events are open to Miami University undergraduates, graduates and alumni of the College of Education, Health & Society, and provided by Miami University Career Services. An additional opportunity includes the Lakota Local Schools employment information session on March 1.

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    Department of Educational Psychology

    Our programs of study in Educational Psychology, School Psychology, Special Education, and Instructional Design and Technology provide an integrated perspective on psychological and educational issues, exceptionality/disability studies, and technological issues in learning and instructional design. Our faculty provide rich academic and supportive experiences to facilitate student development of important skill sets.

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    Special Education Online/Hybrid Program

    We're happy to arrange an appointment if you'd like to meet us in person in Oxford or at the Voice of America Learning Center in West Chester. A West Chester visit may include a tour of our live session facilities and a classroom visit.

    Department of Educational Psychology
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