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The coursework of the program was great. I studied to be a math teacher, and the mathematics courses were interesting, informative, manageable, and easy to understand (unlike many of the math courses I had taken as an undergrad). The courses in pedagogy were also very informative, and we got to put what we learned into practice. It wasn't always easy to complete the pedagogical assignments in our student teaching settings, though, as our mentor teachers often had their own agendas, and the strategies we were supposed to implement didn't always make sense in the classes we were student teaching. We learned about child psychology, which was fascinating and useful. And there was a great emphasis on social-emotional learning (SEL); in fact, every single class I took focused at some point on SEL. I'd be miles behind in my teaching had I not taken the courses that I did.
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I enjoyed my time at U of M's School of Education. The professors were kind and supportive, and the one-year Master's in Education with a Teaching Certificate program was awesome. The program itself was really time-consuming, but I left well-equipped with knowledge about teaching practices and child psychology. My cohort was small, so accessing teachers was always an option. The student teaching experience was good, as we got to teach in a middle school setting and a high school. The downsides were that my professors' expertise did not always match up with the content of the classes I took. The workload of the program was often unmanageable for me, and I can't imagine how hard it would have been if I had been caring for children, as many of my classmates did. I am glad I went through the program, but it was challenging.