Department of Teaching and Learning
Teaching and Learning in Ohio State’s College of Education and Human Ecology is the No. 1 place in Ohio preparing educators of tomorrow. Our innovative and nationally ranked programs equip students with the knowledge, skills and convictions to teach learners from all backgrounds and lead advances in education research.
Degrees and Program Options
A suite of English learning and proficiency programs for international students and non-native speakers of English.
A research-based, short-term early intervention program of one-to-one teaching for the lowest-achieving first graders.
A comprehensive school reform and professional development program training literacy coaches in schools to improve the reading, writing, and language skills of elementary and middle school children.
The International Data Evaluation Center (IDEC) is an ongoing research project of the Department of Teaching and Learning that processes evaluation research data for all Reading Recovery® programs in the United States.
A reading program that provides quality texts incorporating the elements proven to help young readers develop early proficiency and secure their literacy futures.
The First Education Experience Program (FEEP) is an Open Option Service Learning GE course that allows undergraduate and graduate students to explore education as a possible career path through real-world experiences and seminars.