The Department of Teaching and Learning provides quality programs for prospective and practicing educators, curriculum coordinators, post-secondary educators, and other educational professionals. As part of the College of Education, the Department of Teaching and Learning has identified three academic components in the preparation of its educators: foundational requirements, professional content-knowledge requirements, and experiential learning (knowledge, skills, and dispositions). The broad range of graduate and undergraduate professional programs in the areas of elementary, secondary, reading, instructional technology and educational psychology offered by the Department of Teaching and Learning promotes collaboration among faculty, students, and educational professionals. The department prepares informed, capable, and ethical practitioners who are reflective decision-makers. Faculty in the Department of Teaching and Learning value excellence and are committed to teaching, research, and service.