Associate of Arts Degree in Teaching (AAT)

AAT Quicklinks

Welcome to the education programs in the Department of Teacher Education, housed in the Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies at Salisbury University. Our faculty and staff members are committed to preparing prospective teachers and we look forward to working with you. Best wishes as you prepare to enter the teaching profession!

Our work is guided by a conceptual framework centered on knowledge, skills and dispositions, critical for today’s educators to promote student success. You can find information about our Conceptual Framework’s specific themes and associated learning outcomes at http://www.Salisbury.edu/Schools/Seidel/cf.html

As a teacher candidate majoring in Elementary Education or Early Childhood Education, you are expected to complete a rigorous program of study which meets state and national standards. This program is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and approved by the Maryland State Department of Education for elementary school teacher certification (Grades 1-6) and early childhood certification (Grades pk-3). Candidates who successfully complete our requirements graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree from the Department of Teacher Education in the Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies.

We encourage you to carefully review all information in the AAT Quick Links. Although you are expected to meet regularly with your assigned faculty advisor to discuss your progress, you are responsible for meeting all education program requirements, as well as the general requirements outlined in the University Catalog.

Elementary Education Program Director:

Dr. Diallo Sessoms

 

Early Childhood Program Director:

Dr. Chin-Hsiu Chen