Teacher Education Resources

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Preparing Educators

The UNH CPS Center for Educator Preparation is dedicated to preparing educators who are highly qualified and committed to maximizing learning across all age and demographic groups, birth to grade 12.Use the resources on this page to plan and organize your studies as you progress through your program.


Teacher Info Session

Watch our on-demand teacher info session to learn more about how the UNH College of Professional Studies Online can help you grow your teaching career.

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General Information

Dr. Carolyn Cormier
Director, Center for Educator Preparation

Kate Shumway-Pitt
Center Director, Educator Preparation

Deb Kolling

Holly Bross

Cathy Wyeth

Tobi Chassie
Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

Susan Bradley
Learning Disabilities

Kathy LeMay

Katy Burns
Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH)

Teresa Morin-Bailey
Field Placement Faculty, Reading Writing Specialist (RWS), Reading Writing Teacher (RWT)

Linda Thanas

Paula Lombardi
General Special Education and Elementary Education (GSE/EE)

Lynne Bova
Early Childhood Education / Early Childhood Special Education (ECE/ECSPED)

Christine Tate

Gail Poitrast

Tobi Chassie
Advanced Endorsements

Susan Bradley
Advanced Endorsements

Nicole Fragala
Early Childhood/Early Childhood Special Education (EC/ECSE) - DHHS Pathway

Christine Rand
Portfolio Coordinator

Meet with a Certified Career Counselor—either in person, by phone, or online—for an individual advising session. Learn how to use self-assessment tools to reveal the types of work environments and careers that are best suited for you. Topics you may discuss include:

  • General Career Counseling
  • Career Assessments
  • Networking and Social Media
  • Educational Major Decision Making
  • Resume and Cover Letter Review
  • Job Search Tips
  • Interview Prep
  • Occupational Research
  • Grad School Decisions
  • Career Planning and Goal Setting


InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards

The UNH College of Professional Studies aligns our programs with the model core teaching standards from the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO), through its Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC). These standards outline what teachers should know and be able to do to ensure every K-12 student reaches the goal of being ready to enter college or the workforce in today’s world.

View InTASC Standards