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Master of Arts in Teaching

The 2014 MAT Cohort enjoys a break before class. Representing Social Studies, Art, Science, Mathematics and Language Arts, the newest cohort is an eclectic group of rising stars.
The 2014 MAT Cohort enjoys a break before class. Representing Social Studies, Art, Science, Mathematics and Language Arts, the newest cohort is an eclectic group of rising stars.
Julianne Dalton is an alumnae of the MAT program and this is her 13th year of teaching at Streetsboro City Schools. The MAT program gave her an education base, and she paired it with her science background to become a high school science teacher. Currently, she teaches biology, AP biology, and honors anatomy and physiology.
Julianne Dalton is an alumnae of the MAT program and this is her 13th year of teaching at Streetsboro City Schools. The MAT program gave her an education base, and she paired it with her science background to become a high school science teacher. Currently, she teaches biology, AP biology, and honors anatomy and physiology.

The MAT program is a graduate-level program designed to meet a growing need for highly qualified high school teachers, grades 7-12, and multi-age teachers (pre-K through grade 12). This accelerated program is offered to promising bachelor's degree holders who were not education majors and now desire to become teachers.

contact information

Dr. Todd Hawley
Program Coordinator

330-672-0670
thawley1@kent.edu