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Master of Arts in Teaching (DeLeT)
We are currently accepting applicants for the 2013-2014 cohort.
To apply to all of the DeLeT programs:
1. Complete your online application. Applications to the DeLeT program are processed through the Brandeis Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS). Please review all requirements for the general MAT and DeLeT specifically (see below). When ready to apply, follow the application guidelines given and apply online using the GSAS application. Essay, resume, two letters of recommendation, GRE scores, and undergraduate transcripts are required. We may accept other standardized exams or experiences in lieu of the GRE, please contact email@example.com with any questions.
PLEASE NOTE: You should NOT complete the financial aid application on the GSAS form. In place of a personal statement, you must respond to the essay question below.
2. In one document of 3-5 pages, please address the following two prompts and upload it in place of your personal statement in the sage system. If you are applying to the Hebrew track, please write one of the essays in Hebrew and one in English.
- Explain one or two of your core reasons for wanting to be an elementary day school teacher.
- Describe a teacher who had a profound impact on you.
3. You may be contacted for an interview.
4. Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure (MTEL) passage is a requirement for the teaching license in Massachusetts and is, therefore, a graduation requirement for all MAT students (except those intending to teach secondary Tanakh /Bible and Hebrew, specialties for which Massachusetts does not issue a license). We strongly recommend that you plan on taking the “Communication and Literacy Skills” MTEL before you begin the program. The MTEL is not an admissions requirement, but will definitely complement your application and ease your load if you matriculate. For more information on the MTEL please see: www.mtel.nesinc.com; also see: www.doe.mass.edu/mtel/faq/
Please direct inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 781-736-2081.