Evergreen’s MiT Program is a nationally recognized, academically rigorous, state-accredited teacher preparation program. This interdisciplinary program is based on a multicultural, democratic, developmental perspective seeking to prepare the finest teachers possible to support the development of all children. Our graduates are knowledgeable, competent professionals who can assume leadership roles in curriculum development, assessment, child advocacy and anti-bias work. From the Teacher Education Programs Director
- Conceptual Framework: the three major concepts addressed in the program
- Expectations and Outcomes: Requirements for good academic standing and program completion. End of program skills and certification information.
- MiT Program Concept: a short description of the MiT program model
- Program History: when the program started and how it developed
- Program Structure: details about program content, length, and field experiences
- State Certification Assessment: Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA)
We seek candidates with strong reasoning skills and with passionate interests in a variety of areas. We encourage applications from those who are open to critical, constructive feedback, have a genuine interest in their own intellectual, political, and emotional growth, care about the development of the whole child or youth, and are invested in serving the communities where they will teach. We invite applications from groups underrepresented in Washington's population of teachers.
The 2013-2015 cohort theme is Teaching and Learning as Social Transformation: Connecting Campus and Classroom.
Further Program Information Sources to investigate include:
- Cohort Websites: for previous and current MiT cycles, which provide examples of syllabi, assignments, etc.
- Student Profiles
- MiT Master's Project Titles
- Sample Program Readings
- Student Guidebook
- Welcome to MiT and Alumni Spotlight Presentation
- Video clips: of some previous cohorts in action