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Master in Teaching (MIT) with Special Education Endorsement brochure
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The MIT Program has a number of partnership schools that contribute to the preparation of teachers, each of which plays a unique role. They include, but are not limited to Beacon Hill Elementary School, Maple Elementary School and Ingraham High School in Seattle; Echo Lake Elementary School and Shorewood High School in Shoreline; and in Highline School District the Academy of Citizenship and Empowerment, Global Connections High School, and Odyssey: The Essential School. Echo Lake Elementary School provides a classroom for the MIT Program so that prospective elementary school teachers can have ready access to K-6 classrooms for observation and practice. Classroom teachers at Echo Lake often teach in the program or demonstrate strategies in the context of their own classrooms. Shorewood High School teachers provide classes in methods, curriculum and assessment in specific high school subject areas. Each of the other schools provides focused observations and student teaching opportunities to our prospective teachers.
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