Mathematics Coaching Endorsement
Immaculata’s fully online Endorsement in Mathematics Coaching represents sound, job-embedded professional development that has the potential to improve instructional practice and, ultimately, student achievement.
You will receive ongoing, classroom-based, personalized coaching, which will provide consistent support as you work to improve practice based on collaboration, inquiry and consultative feedback from your coach.
You will complete 45 hours of on-site field experiences that are closely integrated with coursework, assessment practices and program goals.
Tuition and Costs
The tuition is $535 per credit for courses offered in the endorsement when taken as a stand-alone credential. This per-credit tuition rate represents a 25 percent discount from the tuition for the courses required for the endorsement. Please review tuition and fees for rates associated with additional program enrollment.
- Know and deeply understand mathematics content across PreK-12 and acquire habits of the mind as they relate to concepts and skill development
- Identify and assist teachers with implementing evidence-based practices that effectively meet the unique academic and behavioral needs of students
- Develop and implement instructional strategies to improve mathematical literacy
- Be well versed in characteristics of adult learners and processes for successful coaching
- Complete 45 hours of on-site field experiences that are closely integrated with coursework, assessment practices and program goals
Prerequisite for Program
To be admitted into a Mathematics Coach Endorsement Program, a candidate must have at least three years of successful mathematics teaching experience and Instructional I or II certificate in one or more of the following areas: Elementary Education K-6; PreK-4; 4-8; or 7-12 Mathematics.
- EDL 662 - Instructional Strategies for Standards-Aligned Curriculum in Mathematics
- EDL 663 - Literacy in Mathematics Education
- EDL 664 - Literacy Assessment and Intervention
- EDL 665 - Teacher Leaders: Coaching Principles