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School of Education, Health and Human Behavior
School of Education

SIUE Department of Teaching and Learning

Our department offers a wide range of graduate and undergraduate programs for teachers and those who would like to become teachers. Faculty members in our department also work with school districts and professional organizations to improve educational opportunities for children and adolescents. This is an exciting and challenging time to be in education. Come join us!

Are you already a teacher?

Our department offers graduate programs in Curriculum and Instruction (P-12), Literacy Education (Reading Specialist), and Secondary Education (Grades 6-12) that can help you extend and deepen your knowledge and skills in teaching and learning in a particular subject area such as literacy, math, science or social studies; working with a particular age group such as early childhood, elementary, middle school, or high school; or other areas such as curriculum development, differentiating instruction, assessing student learning, or becoming a teacher leader. A faculty mentor will help you design a program of study to meet your professional needs.

Do you want to become a teacher?

Our department offers two types of programs that lead to an initial teaching certificate. If you do not yet have a bachelor’s degree, you can earn a teaching certificate while you complete your bachelor’s degree in one of three areas: Early Childhood Education (birth to Grade 2), Elementary Education (Grades 1-6), or Secondary Education (Grades 6-12). If you already have a bachelor’s degree that is not in that field of education, you can become an Early Childhood Education teacher through the EChOS program.

Contact Our Faculty

Dr. Susan Breck, Department Chair, (618) 650‑3444

Undergraduate Programs
Dr. Martha Latorre, Early Childhood Education, (618) 650‑2223
Dr. Stephen Marlette, Elementary Education, (618) 650‑2131
Dr. Randy Smith, Secondary Education, (618) 650‑3434
Dr. Wendy Fuchs, Special Education, (618) 650‑3487

Graduate Programs
Dr. Susan Breck, C & I Master’s (P-12), (618) 650‑3444
Dr. Stephanie McAndrews, Literacy Education, (618) 650‑3426

General Inquiries
Julie LaTempt-Brazier, Office Support Specialist, (618) 650‑3083

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