Since its inception as a teacher-training school in 1871, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh has been a recognized leader in education. Today, the College of Education and Human Services (COEHS) is proud to be preparing the next generation of professional leaders in education, human services and counseling, who will set the pace in education reform and social change in an increasingly diverse environment.
The College of Education and Human Services understands that collaboration and outreach activities can positively support the needs of our communities.
The Center for Additional Teaching Licenses offers you a fully accredited plan that provides you with customized opportunities for growth and advancement. Our program is individually tailored to help currently licensed teachers obtain additional licenses that will enhance their professional flexibility. The Center can help you obtain an additional teaching license if you:
- Hold a valid Wisconsin teaching license (initial, professional, master, or lifetime)
- Have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution
- Can show proof of a successful student teaching experience of 10 weeks or longer.
The Center for Literacy Educators and Leaders is the first choice of teachers and school leaders who want to improve literacy learning. Our internationally recognized faculty and staff offer professional development, consultation and graduate programs to improve PK-12 students’ reading, writing, speaking, listening and interpreting of media.
An affiliate of the National Writing Project, the Fox Valley Writing Project is a proven, professional program for FVWP kindergarten through post-secondary teachers. This innovative effort between UW Oshkosh College of Education and Human Services and area school districts brings teachers together to share strategies for teaching writing and improving their personal writing skills.
This unique Teacher in Residency program, developed in partnership with the Appleton Area School District, provides selected student teachers from the college an opportunity for an intensive full-semester placement that includes involvement in school-wide initiatives, weekly discussions with peers and mentors and opportunities for compensated school duties.