Why Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education?
Our teacher education program is one of the best. While there is no secret to what we do, our program is distinctive.
Do you have a commitment to help children, family, and community through improved educational opportunities?
The Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education (TLTE) is committed to the preparation and development of educators across the profession. Our programs aim to support prospective and practicing educators as they build on their own experiences and further develop their professional identities. We engage students in informed conversations about concrete teaching and learning issues and provide opportunities for students to consider wise judgments regarding the complex issues educators face today.
The department of TLTE offers more subject area specializations than any other post-secondary institution in Nebraska. These specializations allow us to provide 38 endorsements in elementary or secondary education.
Explore our Undergraduate Programs
Are you a practicing educator who is ready to advance your career with a graduate degree?
We offer customizable graduate programs that can help extend your professional knowledge and skills. Many of our courses are offered in online formats for additional flexibility.
Explore our Graduate Programs
Randy Ernst, K-12 Social Studies Curriculum Specialist, Lincoln Public Schools (Nebraska)
"The classes I took as a CPED cohort member have helped me immeasurably in my role as an educational practitioner. Now, I'm able to speak with confidence about the issues facing teachers and advocate for practices I believe beneficial to teaching. My beliefs are backed by the research we read, discussed, and wrote about in our CPED classes. As a doctoral candidate, I know I will continue to keep up with current research long after I complete my dissertation."
May 19 – June 6: Summer Pre-Session
- May 19 – July 11: Summer 8-Week Session
- June 9 – July 11: Summer 1st 5-Week
- July 14 – Aug 14: Summer 2nd 5-Week
- August 25: First Day of Fall Classes
- September 1: Labor Day (no classes)
- October 21-22: Fall Break (no classes)
- November 8: CEHS Student Research Conference