Customized Graduate Courses for Teachers

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Academic departments provide various sponsorships to help the Graduate School support customized learning opportunities for K-12 educators. These opportunities earn graduate coursework credit for grad students, who also receive individualized mentoring developed according to their schools' unique needs. Specialized graduate courses provide classroom teachers with a balanced learning experience; in addition to group instruction, participants also have the benefit of one-on-one classroom coaching. For more information on our available programs, please contact Candice Morey at (603) 641-4313 or via email at, and see each program's description below.

Learning Through Teaching

In-Service Customized Training for K-12 Teachers

Learning through Teaching is an innovative, in-service program designed to help K-12 teachers meet their individual goals in teaching reading, writing and literature. This unique program brings graduate education to the teacher’s own school and classroom.

Learning Through Teaching offers a wide spectrum of literacy topics and issues, including:

  • Writing Across the Curriculum
  • Literacy and Technology
  • Reading and Writing Workshop
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Understanding the Common Core State Standards

Teaching and Learning Mathematics in Context

On-Site Customized Professional Development for Mathematics Teachers

The Teaching and Learning Mathematics in Context development program is a unique course designed to help teachers meet their professional and curriculum goals by bringing education to the site of learning - the teacher’s own classroom. The format includes observation, coaching, individualized learning and classroom practice.

Mathematics in Context courses include:

  • Individualized classroom coaching and mentoring
  • Mathematics-content workshops
  • Classroom observations and discussions
  • Networking opportunities with other education professionals