The Master of Education in Teaching and Learning program guides students to analyze the dynamics of teaching and learning, to create supportive learning environments, and to refine instructional skills and knowledge in specialized areas.
The M.Ed. in Teaching and Learning is designed to help experienced teachers become reflective practitioners and effective leaders in their daily work.
Educators will be able to:
demonstrate the knowledge (content, pedagogical, and technological), skills, and dispositions necessary to create meaningful learning experiences for all students
demonstrate the knowledge and ability to create positive environments that support learning for all students, including individuals with exceptionalities and individuals from a variety of backgrounds, such as ethnic, racial, religious, linguistic, gender, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic groups
design, write, and deliver valid assessments
analyze and apply data to improve learning
present data and findings effectively in oral and written form
Core Courses (nine credits):
Required Courses (21 credits):
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