Jay Trenhaile, Interim Department Head
Department of Teaching, Learning and Leadership
Wenona Hall 009
Kay Cutler, Andrew Stremmel
Katherine Bertolini, Mary Bowne
Anthony Durr, Patrick Hales, Jennifer Kampmann, Julie Keller, P. Troy White
Susanne Brokmeier, Laura Gloege, Lynda Venhuizen
Lowell Amiotte, Carl Edeburn, V. Duane Everett, Clark Hanson, Darrell Jensen, Charles Lingren, Peggy Gordon Miller, Lon Moeller, Lawrence Rogers, Gary Steinley, Ann Wilson
The Department of Teaching, Learning, and Leadership prepares educational professionals to be teachers and educational leaders for the 21st century. The department is committed to preparing highly qualified professionals, creating and sharing new knowledge in our profession, and developing outreach opportunities with stakeholders in the field. The departmental vision includes four overarching themes: Responsiveness, Collaboration, Innovation, and Commitment that guide their teaching, research, and service.
Certification Preparation Programs
- Agricultural Education (M.S.)
- Curriculum and Instruction (M.Ed.) - Early Childhood Education Specialization
- Curriculum and Instruction (M.Ed.) - Elementary Education Specialization
- Curriculum and Instruction (M.Ed.) - Secondary Education Specialization
- Educational Administration (M.Ed.) - Elementary Education Specialization
- Educational Administration (M.Ed.) - Secondary Education Specialization
- Human Sciences (M.S.) - Family and Consumer Sciences Education Specialization
* Graduate degrees are offered in collaboration with the Graduate School. For details, see the Graduate Catalog.
Facilities & Services
The department has several unique facilities and services.
Student Support & Engagement Opportunities
The department encourages student participation in organizations and honor societies.
The department also provides information and assistance as students seek out scholarship, internship, and career opportunities.