The building's name is Ojibwe and means "The Place of Teaching and Learning Together." (pronounced En DAH zhee - GEEK in noo - ah mah DING)
- Two regular and six tiered classrooms
- American Sign Language Lab - a teaching lab for the Deaf Studies Minor and students with hearing impairments.
- Atrium - A common area for students to gather before and between classes.
The following programs are offered through the department:
Unified Early Childhood Studies offers dual teaching licensure:
- Licensure for Birth through Age 8
- Licensure for Early Childhood Special Education for Birth through Age 7
- Licensure for Kindergarten through 6th grade
- Grade 5 through Grade 12 licensure in Communication Arts/Literature, Health, Math, Sciences, and Social Studies.
- Kindergarten through Grade 12 licensure in Art, Music, Physical Education, French, German, and Spanish.
- Licensure for Kindergarten through Grade 12 in Emotional/Behavioral Disorders, and Learning Disabilities.
- Special Education Minor
- Deaf Studies Minor
- UMD was originally one of Minnesota's education "Normal Schools" - post-secondary schools for training teachers. While program requirements have changed since that time, it has been a part of UMD since its very beginning in 1895.
Located directly across the hallway from EduE.