Graduate Certificate in Teaching Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students
This certificate program is for teachers and administrators that hope to improve K-12 education for culturally and linguistically diverse students. The program of study includes the three course sequence needed to earn an ESOL endorsement and three additional courses that emphasize the social, cultural and academic contexts inherent in working with culturally and linguistically diverse students. The purpose of the certificate is to develop the capacity of teachers and administrators to provide high quality instructional experiences for diverse learners. This certificate course work will be centered in a menu of readings and assignments that allow teachers and administrators to select those that are most germane to their local teaching context. Teachers and administrators can initially complete the coursework to earn their ESOL endorsement. Successful completion of the next series of three courses will earn them the Teaching Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students Certificate. One unique aspect is the potential for several teachers from a site or district to engage in the coursework simultaneously and collaborate on capstone experiences. This coursework aligns with TAPS standards that comprise the TKES assessment system for teachers in Georgia.
Program Contact Information:
Dr. Alisa Leckie
Phone: (912) 478-4117
|Admission Requirements :(If not already currently enrolled)|
|Fall||Spring 2017||Summer 2017|
Last updated: 3/8/2017