Representatives of the JMU Army ROTC Duke Battalion, Air Force ROTC, Student Veterans Association and Veteran Scholars Task Force placed about 2,500 small American flags, donated by Home Depot, on the JMU Quadrangle to commemorate Veterans Day 2015 ... Read More >
A year long relationship with Malmo University in Sweden gives JMU's College of Education the opportunity to share innovative research and technologies in the field of Education Technology. ... Read More >
The inclusive early childhood program draws heavily from research and theories in child development, family systems, special education, differentiated teaching and learning. Through course work and extensive field experiences, the teacher candidate is prepared to design activities that have an interdisciplinary focus, reflect an understanding of the individual child's development and learning, recognize the importance of family and developmental influences, support the young child in constructing knowledge about self and the world, and involve parents in supporting the child's growth and development.
The Master of Arts in teaching (M.A.T.) program in inclusive early childhood education is a continuation of the undergraduate IECE program. and prepares candidates for licensure in Early Childhood Special Education (Birth to 3 years) and Early Childhood Education (PK-3rd grade).
Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.)
Inclusive Early Childhood Education (Birth-Grade 3)