Departments

Curriculum & Instruction

We are on the pulse of the issues and ideas that are shaping today’s learning environments, from the latest technologies to new methods for instruction. We prepare students to work as educators with people of all ages and in a variety of settings. Our graduates are working in private, public, and charter schools, as well as daycare centers, after-school programs, colleges and universities, online programs, museums, community recreation centers, and in professional settings.

You will find our faculty has a deep interest and concern in education, and they know what it means to teach. They work continuously to improve and refine their own teaching abilities, providing you with an opportunity to learn from expert, award-winning educators as you start to develop your own teaching style.

Academic Programs

One of the strengths of our department is the breadth and depth of our academic offerings, designed to prepare both undergraduate and graduate students for a variety of careers in education. As future practitioners and researchers, our students have many opportunities within the school and in the community to develop their skills as educators.

Undergraduate Programs
Graduate Programs

If you are interested in teaching English, reading, literacy, or English as a Second Language, you can learn more about our offerings through the Department of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education.

Research and Service

The following centers provide an opportunity for students in our program to get hands-on experience as researchers.

Saturday Art and Science Programs

During the fall and spring semesters, children from nearby communities fill the halls of the school for popular Saturday art and science programs. These programs provide both undergraduate and graduate students with some of their first teaching experiences under the guidance of our faculty.

People
Contact Us

We are located on the third floor of the W. W. Wright Education Building.

Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Indiana University School of Education Room 3140
201 North Rose Avenue
Bloomington, Indiana 47405-1006

Phone: (812) 856-8100
Fax: (812) 856-8116
Email: curric@indiana.edu