The Secondary/Special Education program prepares teachers who are experts in their content area as well as skilled to adapt instruction to serve all learners. Highlights of the program include extensive fieldwork prior to the senior clinical experience. Candidates will have the opportunity to move from one-on-one, small group, to whole group instruction through a range of settings including inclusive classrooms to special education settings. Each field and clinical experience emphasizes the use of technology in support of teaching and learning. The special education component is a highly recommended option; while
not required, students are advised to take this endorsement or some of
the valuable courses.
Technology Integration: Cutting Edge Teacher Preparation
The College of Education and Human Services has an active partnership with the Instructional Technology Division at Seton Hall. We recognize that the active and effective integration of technology to engage, assess and include all learners is a central component of the educational landscape. Our graduates are expected to develop a broad set of technology skills in support of their work as a developing teacher.
Students in the secondary/special education program receive dual advisement from a faculty member in education as well as a faculty member in their content area. The secondary/special education program and the College of Education and Human Services provides a welcoming environment where our doors are open to answer a question, provide support and talk about the profession of teaching.