Education Certificates Programs
Offered through Antioch Midwest’s school of education, the dyslexia certificate program covers the latest research and best practices for working with dyslexic students. This certificate meets the International Dyslexia Association’s Knowledge and Practice Standards for Teachers of Reading and is accredited by the International Dyslexia Association (IDA) Learn more.
This certificate program prepares teachers to interact with children in intentional, constructive, and creative ways that focus on children’s capabilities, competencies, and interests in alignment with the Reggio Emilia Approach philosophy of early childhood education. The program promotes the development of a learning environment that is based on relationships, reciprocal learning, and reflection. This is a hybrid, course-based certificate offered through Antioch Midwest’s school of education. An Ohio teaching license is required to enroll in this program. Learn more.
This concentration area is for professionals who currently work in or with education related organizations. The challenge of addressing conflict is especially true in education because of multiple stakeholders involved at the state, federal, and district administration levels, as well as, school based colleagues and students. This concentration, combined with the core courses, will enable students to develop personal capacity to engage with intrapersonal conflict situations. Students will also be exposed to group conflict engagement and management skills that are applicable across a range of professional situations in education. Learn more.