Areas of Emphasis
|Curriculum, Teaching & Professional Development||Education Policy, Practice, & Analysis||Literacy, Language, & Culture||School, Society, & Reform||Teaching and Learning with Technologies|
The areas of study listed above have been identified as research emphases in the Department of Teaching, Learning, & Teacher Education. As a graduate student you are encouraged to use these emphases in collaboration with a faculty advisor to design a personal research strength or area of interest that builds a unique learning experience fitting your needs and goals.
The graduate faculty of the Department of Teaching, Learning, & Teacher Education (TLTE) are actively engaged in these areas of emphasis centrally informing teaching, learning, and research efforts. Their joint commitment is to involve students concretely in educational scholarship alongside educational practice. Graduate degrees are intended for educators who wish to develop knowledge and skills to enhance their teaching practices and conduct and learn from professional, policy, and theoretical research.
TLTE is proud of its faculty. Scholars with a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds as well as expertise in diverse professional and research emphases contribute to the Department's growing national reputation. They make studying at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln a rich and enjoyable experience, sure to transform and foster professional leadership.