Teaching, Learning, & Leadership

Teaching, Learning, and Leadership


The Department of Teaching, Learning, and Leadership offers many different teacher-preparation programs on both the undergraduate and graduate level, as well as an educational leadership advanced certificate program. All of our programs are registered with the New York State Education Department and lead to New York State teacher certification, which is required for working in public schools in New York State.

At LIU Brooklyn, we prepare new teachers and education leaders who are just starting out in the field, and we help practicing professionals enhance their careers with additional specializations. All of our programs emphasize hands-on learning in a multicultural context, specifically tailoring the curriculum to address the rich racial, cultural, and socioeconomic diversity of our urban environment. Classes are small, fostering an atmosphere of inquiry and reflection.

Fieldwork, internships, and student teaching placements are in partner schools especially selected for excellence and diversity. With our emphasis on practice, students are out in the schools – observing, learning, and doing – from the very beginning and have a head-start on student interaction and classroom instruction.

Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Advanced Certificates
B.A. or B.S. in Adolescence Education (Grades 7-12) M.S.ED. in Childhood Urban Education (Grades 1-6) Advanced Certificate in Early Childhood Urban Education (Birth - Grade 2)
B.S. in Childhood Urban Education (Grades 1-6) M.S.ED. in Early Childhood Urban Education (Birth - Grade 2) Advanced Certificate in Bilingual Education (Online)
B.A. or B.S. in Adolescence/Middle Childhood Urban Education M.S.ED. in Childhood/Early Childhood Urban Education (Birth - Grade 6) Advanced Certificate in Educational Leadership
B.F.A. in Teacher of Visual Arts in Urban Schools (Pre-K-Grades 12) M.S.ED. in Urban Adolescence Inclusive Education (Grades 7-12)
B.S. in Inclusive Early Childhood Education M.S.ED. in Teaching Urban Children with disabilities (Grades 1-6)
M.S.ED. in Teaching English to Speakers of other Languages (TESOL, K-12)

Urban Focus

Our programs, faculty, and student body represent our commitment to serving the uniquely multicultural needs of the richly diverse learning community of New York City.

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School of Education
9 Hanover Place, 4th Floor
Amy Ginsberg, Dean
Ph.D.

718-246-6308
Amy.Ginsberg@liu.edu