Department of Curriculum and Instruction
The Department of Curriculum and
Instruction administers the Elementary Education (K-6), Middle
Level Education (4-8), and Special Education (K-12) undergraduate programs along with the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) graduate degree licensure program.
Teacher licensure is also
available in the following areas: art, English, family & consumer
sciences, math, music, physical education, social studies, and Spanish.
Information about these programs can be obtained by visiting those specific
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS for juniors and seniors are due Friday, March 6, 2015. Check website later for application form.
INTERNSHIP APPLICATIONS for Spring 2015 internships are due October 1, 2014.
Graduation applications should be completed BEFORE submitting internship
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the Department of Curriculum
and Instruction is to prepare elementary, middle level, and
secondary candidates to become highly effective and productive teachers for
P-12 schools. As a result, the department exists to develop well-informed
educators who know their content, command 21st century pedagogical skills,
use varied and appropriate technology to communicate effectively with
diverse audiences, value the differences their students bring to the
classroom, and model high moral and ethical professional standards and
Student--Arkansas Education Association
Charlotte Wright, Sponsor
Kappa Delta Pi International Honor
Society--Delta Pi Chapter
Mrs. Julia Correia & Dr.
Celya Taylor, Co-sponsors
Curriculum and Instruction FACULTY
of Curriculum and Instruction
Arkadelphia, AR 71999
Dr. Matthew Sutherlin, Chair
Mrs. Paula Golden, Administrative
Education Building, Office #247