Language Education

Program Overview

Ph.D. in Education Program: Learning, Cognition, Instruction, and Development Concentration with Specialization in Language Education

The specialization in Language Education within the Learning, Cognition, Instruction, and Development (LCID) concentration is concerned with the study of how learners acquire, use, develop, or change languages and how language teaching models may affect these areas.

Ed.M. in Language Education with Endorsement for ESL & Bilingual-Bicultural Education

The Ed.M. in Special Education program at the GSE provides advanced graduate preparation for both certified special and general education teachers who wish to learn to address the instructional needs of students with mild and moderate cognitive disabilities.

Ed.M. in Language Education

The Ed.M. in Language Education program at the GSE offers students the opportunity for advanced study in the area of linguistics, language pedagogy, and the cultural context of language education.

Ed.M. in Language Education with Endorsement for English as a Second Language (ESL) Education

The Ed.M. in Language Education with Endorsement for English as a Second Language (ESL) program offers students the opportunity for advanced study in the area of linguistics, language pedagogy, and the cultural context of language education.

Ed.M. in Language Education with Endorsement for Bilingual-Bicultural Education

The Ed.M. in Language Education with Bilingual-Bicultural Endorsement program at the GSE offers students the opportunity for advanced study in the area of linguistics, language pedagogy, and the cultural context of language education.

Non-degree Bilingual/Bicultural Education Endorsement Program

The non-degree Bilingual/Bicultural endorsement program offered at the GSE provides candidates with a foundational understanding of bilingual education in K-12 settings and associated instructional strategies; of language learning and the processes of second language acquisition; and of the relationships between language and culture.

Faculty

Sarah Gallo

Associate Professor of Language Education and Urban Social Justice

Learning & Teaching

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Christelle Palpacuer Lee

Associate Professor in Language Education

Learning & Teaching

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