School of Education
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School of Education
Advance your Career with classes that fit your schedule.
The School of Education at Antioch University Midwest offers programs for both current and aspiring teachers and administrators, blending practical knowledge with leadership skills while pursuing a specialized area of study. Coursework emphasizes working in a classroom setting or school community to understand and ethically apply scientifically-based educational research. Program graduates are poised to transition into advanced leadership, research or policy positions.
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For students interested in a non-licensure pathway of study, the concentration gives students needed credentials for advancing into graduate school.
Available Online or On-Campus.
Accredited by the International Dyslexia Association and built upon the latest research.
Reggio Emilia Approach (REA) Certificate
Master the skills to interact with children in intentional, constructive, and creative ways that focus on children’s capabilities, competencies, and interests.
If you have an undergraduate degree and have always wanted to teach, you now have the opportunity to do so through the Antioch University Midwest Professional Preparation Program for Teacher Licensure.
Ohio teachers - Add a second license in Special Education or Early Childhood
Coaching & Mentoring Certificate
For professionals who currently work in or with education related organizations. Learn skills to help build community, assess and coach effective classroom skills, and use a systems approach to curriculum and instruction.
Add content or grade levels to your current teacher license including:
Early Childhood Generalist 4&5
Leaders in Providing Education for Educators
The School of Education at Antioch University Midwest is accredited as a part of Antioch University through the Higher Learning Commission. The School of Education at Antioch University Midwest is separately accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), formerly the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). The Early Childhood Education, Special Education and the Leadership and Ohio Principal Licensure programs are recognized by their respective Specialized Professional Association (SPA) – Education of Young Children (NAEYC), Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) and Educational Leadership Constituent Council (ELCC). The dyslexia certificate program is accredited by the International Dyslexia Association (IDA).
Dr. Julie Biddle
She came to AUM in 2009 and teaches in both the early childhood and educational leadership licensure programs. She was instrumental in the development of the Reggio Emilia Approach Certificate.
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