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CENTRAL ELEMENTS OF OUR PROGRAM

INSTRUCTIONAL PLANNING

Leverage Content Knowledge

to Plan Challenging Instruction

 

Our MAT degree programs assist future classroom educators connect their content knowledge to their learning context. Our program teaches candidates how to view their students and communities as assets then leverage that information by connecting it to the concepts within the discipline area.

 

RESPONSIVE INSTRUCTION

Engage Racially, Culturally, and Linguistically Diverse Students

 

Our MAT program emphasizes the unique differences that each learner brings to the classroom. Our candidates learn how to differentiate their instruction to meet the needs of each student while also engaging the learner using culturally relevant pedagogy that leverages student interest.

 

VARIED ASSESSMENTS OF LEARNING FOR DECISION MAKING

Use Various Assessments to Produce Data on Student Learning

 

Our MAT degree programs develop the ability of candidates to use equity in the assessment process. Candidates learn how to gauge student learning using various techniques that allow each learner to demonstrate his or her knowledge and skills while also challenging the learner to develop in areas where growth is necessary.

MASTER OF ARTS

IN TEACHING (MAT)

Best Education Degrees named the MAT program at North Carolina A&T State University as one of the "Top 50" Online Master's Degree programs in the United States. Apply now to experience how our programs prepare highly qualified K-12 teachers!

Call us! (336) 334-7848

EARNED BACHELORS DEGREE IN DISCIPLINE

Applicants must have earned a bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college.

MINIMUM CUMULATIVE GPA OF 2.80 OR HIGHER

Applicants must have earned a cumulative grade point average of 2.80 from the undergraduate institution of higher education.

VERIFICATION OF BACKGROUND CHECK

Applicants must verify they do not have criminal activity in their backgrounds that would interfere with a teaching license recommendation in the state.

WHAT OUR GRADUATES THINK

"I never thought about teaching until I graduated from college, and I wasn't quite sure what to do next. I'm glad I chose to earn my MAT from North Carolina A&T!"

- Tina James, Class of 2013

MAT Elementary Education

"My professors always pushed me to consider different ways to engage diverse students. Teaching one way was unacceptable."

- Kenny Ward, Class of 2015

MAT History Education

"I've always wanted to teach and this program made that dream a reality. I have learned that teaching isn't rocket science ... it's much, much harder but I love it!"

-Kayla Redd, Class of 2016

MAT Biology Education

CONTACT US

ADDRESS

North Carolina A&T State University

College of Education

1601 East Market Street

Greensboro, NC 27411

ALTERNATIVELY YOU CAN FILL IN THE FOLLOWING CONTACT FORM:

TO SPEAK WITH AN MAT REPRESENTATIVE,

PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL US:

Email: collegeofed@ncat.edu

Tel: 336-334-7848

Fax: 336-334-7132