Curriculum & Instruction

Through research, teaching and service, the Department of Curriculum and Instruction educates individuals to provide and advocate for equitable educational experiences that foster learning. Our program offerings include:

Teaching children Birth through Grade 12
Add-on and Supplemental Certifications
Teaching the Arts
Graduate Programs

Curriculum & Instruction Course Syllabi on PantherFile

Undergraduate Degrees, Teacher Certification Programs & Post-Baccalaureate Certifications


Bilingual

Certification

Early Childhood Education

Certification, Bachelor's, Master's

English

Certification, Bachelor's, Master's

English as a Second Language

Certification, Bachelor's

Middle Childhood - Early Adolescence

Certification, Bachelor's, Master's

Mathematics

Certification, Bachelor's, Master's

Reading Teacher

Certification

Reading Specialist

Certification

Science

Certification, Bachelor's, Master's

Social Studies

Certification, Bachelor's, Master's

World Languages

Certification, Bachelor's, Master's

Graduate Programs


Curriculum & Instruction
Master's

Focus areas in:

Ph.D. in Urban Education
Curriculum and Instruction Specialization

Professional Development Programs for Teachers


UWM Post-Baccalaureate Reading Teacher Certification Program

UWM Post-Baccalaureate Reading Specialist Certification Program

UWM's Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers the Reading Teacher Program and the Reading Specialist Program, for certified classroom teachers who have a special interest in reading.

University of Wisconsin Reading Research Symposium

The UW Reading Research Symposium provides a two-day forum for nationally known researchers to share their work with educators in the state of Wisconsin.

UW-Milwaukee Writing Project

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Writing Project is a member site of the National Writing Project. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Writing Project dedicates itself to improving the teaching and learning of writing in classrooms throughout southeastern Wisconsin.

Each year, the UWMWP invites exemplary teachers, from all subject areas, pre-kindergarten through university, to participate in an exciting and intensive five-week Summer Institute on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. After the Institute, these master teachers join the network UWMWP/NWP Teacher Consultants in a continuing effort to improve literacy education in Wisconsin schools by sponsoring teacher research and ongoing programs of professional improvement.

Field Experience and Student Teaching


Please access our Field Experience and Student Teaching page, for information regarding Curriculum and Instruction Field Experience and Student Teaching policies, FAQ's and Field Office Information.

Employment Opportunities


Part-time Instructors & Student Teaching Supervisors (PDF)

Contact Us


Main Office Hours

Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Mailing Address

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
School of Education
Department of Curriculum & Instruction
P.O. Box 413
Milwaukee WI 53201-0413

Location - Delivery Address

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
School of Education
Department of Curriculum & Instruction
Enderis Hall Room 310
2400 E. Hartford Ave.
Milwaukee WI 53211

Phone, Fax and E-Mail

Phone: 414-229-4814
Fax: 414-229-5571
E-Mail: cni@uwm.edu

Curriculum and Instruction Advising

Phone: 414-229-4721
E-Mail: currinsadvising@uwm.edu