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Schools ask a great deal from their social studies teachers, especially at the secondary level. Often, these instructors need to be experts in history and government.
Lakeland's broad field social studies program prepares future teachers to succeed in a wide variety of classroom settings. Designed to be versatile and marketable, the broad field social studies program allows students to concentrate on history, yet provides a diverse set of experiences from all areas of the social sciences.
For Early Adolescence through Adolescence Education Certification (grades 6-12)
Two of the following:
One of the following:
To qualify for Early Adolescence through Adolescence (grades 6-12) teaching certification, a student must complete the courses listed above, the Early Adolescence through Adolescence Professional Sequence, and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction's (DPI) statutory requirements.
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