The Brandeis Master of Arts in Teaching Program


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Care about social justice? Become a teacher and change the world!

MAT Open HouseBrandeis University was founded on principles of social justice. Our MAT program provides you with the tools to make real social change through a year-long teaching internship with dedicated mentor teachers in exciting urban, suburban, and day schools, a cohort structure for a true learning community and our exceptional faculty attention. We will challenge you intellectually and practically, we will ask you to take risks, and we will support you while you do.

We invite you to come to speak with an advisor. Learn about the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Program in Public Elementary, Secondary, and Jewish Day Schools. Our secondary Concentration offers the following discipline: Biology, Chemistry, Chinese, English, History, Mathematics, Physics, Tanakh.

We now offer a 10 Semester BA-MAT Program for Brandeis undergraduate students.

Generous scholarship support is available.

Our office is located in Abraham Shapiro Academic Complex (ASAC). Parking pass may be requested at the small gatehouse by the main entrance.

A virtual tour of the campus is available online or by downloading a mobile application.

For more information or to schedule an individual appointment with an advisor, please contact Manuel Tuan at 781-736-2022 or email: mat@brandeis.edu

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Secondary Concentration
Public Elementary Concentration
Jewish Day Schools (DeLeT)
 8:50am
 
Arrival/Pick Up a packet
 
9am-11:50am 
 
NEJS 235b, Philosophy of Jewish Education, Prof. Levisohn, ASAC 204
12:00 - 1:30pm
Arrival/Pick up a packet
Lunch (Atrium)
Question and Answer
Arrival/Pick up a packet
Lunch (Atrium)
Question and Answer
Lunch (Atrium)
Question and Answer
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Ed 100b, Exploring Teaching, Prof. Levenson, Shifman Hum. Ctr. 120 (2-3:20pm)
Ed 100b, Exploring Teaching, Prof. Levenson, Shifman Hum. Ctr. 120 (2-3:20pm)
ED 267b, Fundamentals of Teaching, Pearlmutter, ASAC 204 (12:30-3pm)
Ed 263b, Reflective Teaching, Brenda Keegan, Olin Sang 212 (4-6pm)
Ed 267b, Fundamentals of Teaching, Prof. Levenson, ASAC 209 (4-6pm)
Teaching Holidays and Israel (3:30-5:30pm)
Good-bye! Thank you for visiting. We hope it was a useful day for you. Please be in touch if further questions arise or if we can help in any way.
- The MAT program faculty & staff.
Driving directions to ASAC from the Gatehouse (main entrance)

As you drive onto campus from South Street,

1. stop at the small brick “gate house” to get a parking pass;

2. continue toward Upper Campus on the Loop Road, past the Castle on your left ;

3. as you approach the Heller School on your left, you will see ASAC just ahead ;

4. turn right into Tower parking lot just across the road from the Heller School;

5. enter the building under the “Abraham Shapiro…” awning ;





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