MEDT - Mid-Level (grades 4-8)
Total hours: 36
|Mid-Level Certification (15 credit hours)|
|EDML 5308||Middle School Classroom Organization, Classroom Management & Methods|
|EDUC 5310||Diverse Populations in Today’s Schools|
|EDML 5328||Pre-Adolescent/Adolescent Growth, Development and Learning Theory|
|LIST 5345 or||Content Area Reading and Writing|
|LIST 5326||Teaching the Language Arts (English students; offered fall only)|
|EDML 5315||Practicum (last course in certification sequence) "Student Teaching"|
|Common Core Area (12 credit hours)|
|EDUC 5394||Understanding Classroom Research|
|EDUC 5395||Designing Classroom Research|
|EDUC 5397||Implementing and Disseminating Classroom Research|
|EDTC 5301||Current Applications of Technology|
Content Area (9 credit hours)
Students may pursue graduate level coursework in a single content area such as Math, Science, English, etc. or an add-on certificate such as ESL. Prior approval of the coursework by the program director is required.
|Content Area ( 9 credit hours )|
|53XX||Choose courses in consultation with your program director|
Program of Work
Upon admission to the program, you will meet with your program director to create a program of work. This will plot out what courses you will take each semester until you complete the program.
To be eligible to proceed to Student Teaching, Mid-Level students must have completed at least EDML 5308 and EDML 5328. These two courses are only offered in the fall semester.
The last course required for certification is titled "Practicum". This is the semester when students do their Student Teaching. Partnerships with specific school districts and schools have been established to host UT Arlington Residents. We work closely with specific schools to build strong mentoring relationships between teachers and students, and therefore place all students in partner school settings. Students are not able to select the district or school for their placement.
Field Application Deadline
Students must apply for Student Teaching with the Office of Professional Development. Fall applications are accepted between January 2 - March 1 and spring applications are accepted between September 1 - October 1.
Candidates must pass all appropriate state exams and apply for appropriate state certifications with the State Board for Educator Certification / Texas Education Agency within six months of the completion of their student teaching, internship, or practicum program. If a candidate allows the six month period to go by without passing all state exams and applying for certification, additional coursework and/or state exams will be required for recommendation for certification. Additional coursework will be determined by the appropriate Program Director in consultation with the faculty.