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across the nation are seeking to hire well trained, versatile, and
creative teachers who know how to teach to State and National Standards.
The University of Delaware is an outstanding place to learn how to
become that teacher! The Social Studies Secondary Education Program at
the University of Delaware is a program that is accredited with the
highest ranking by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher
Education (NCATE) and National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS).
It is a rigorous four-year program that prepares you to gain state
certification to teach Social Studies courses in middle school and high
school (grades 7-12).
Over the course of this program, we will help you make the transition
from college student to a professional, engaging and effective social
studies educator for scores of children. Effective social studies
teaching requires extensive content knowledge about different areas of
social studies as well as knowledge about teaching and learning in
secondary schools. This means that you are required to complete
extensive content core courses and professional education classes while
maintaining a GPA of 3.0 in your major and 2.75 overall. In
addition, you will spend over 56 hours observing in Delaware secondary
schools. You may begin observing middle school and high school classes
as early as your sophomore year.
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