According to the University of Arkansas Department of Curriculum and Instruction, "The Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers programs that prepare candidates for initial teacher licensure in Elementary Education (K-6). The B.S.E. degree in Childhood Education is not an initial teacher licensure program but instead leads to the Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.), which is the initial teacher licensure preparation program. Information about the M.A.T. degree program can be found in the University of Arkansas Graduate Catalog.

Students majoring in Childhood Education must choose from among four concentrations:

  • English as a Second Language Concentration
  • Gifted and Talented Concentration
  • Reading Concentration
  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Concentration"
Ability to Teach/Train Explaining Ideas Clearly
Writing & Presentation Decision Making
Organization Planning
Dealing with Parents/Guardians Lesson Planning
Summarizing Ideas Ability to Teach Different Learning Levels
Flexibility Team Player
Creativity Computer Skills

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