Cognitive and Learning Sciences

Advising

Students in the teacher education program have two sources for advising:

  1. Advising in the academic major
  2. Advising specific to teacher education:
Nancy Jayne

Nancy D. Jayne

  • Advisor, Education Program
  • Teacher Certification Officer
  • Assessment Coordinator, College of Sciences and Arts

Areas of Expertise

  • Accreditation
  • Program Assessment 
  • Advising within the Education Profession
  • Certifying Provisional Teaching Licenses (MI)

Shari L. Stockero

  • Professor, Mathematical Sciences
  • Director of Teacher Education, Cognitive and Learning Sciences

Areas of Expertise

  • Preservice Mathematics Teacher Education
  • Teacher Professional Development
  • Teacher Noticing
  • Teacher Learning
  • Use of Video Cases in Teacher Education

Students are encouraged to meet with their advisors frequently to make sure they are making adequate progress in their major, minor, and education courses. It is particularly important to plan ahead during the last two years of a student’s program to avoid course conflicts.

Also see the teacher education model schedule.