What will I study?
In conjunction with the School of Education's commitment to build Christlike character, the Master of Education degree program in Teaching and Learning prepares teachers to be more effective. Students will design research based instruction, present that instruction and assess student learning outcomes based on that instruction. The student will create lessons using Twenty-First Century classroom technologies, examine and analyze current educational research, and apply original research to their teaching disciplines.
Courses for this degree are available online via distance learning.
Program Learning Outcomes
The student will ...
-- Expand and refine their teaching skills.
-- Apply knowledgeof curriculum and instruction in school settings.
-- Use action research to improve teaching effectiveness.
What classes will I take?
The following courses are required:
- History & Philosophy of Education
- Family, School & Community Relationships
- Best Practices in Instructional Strategies
- Providing Instruction for Exceptional Learning Needs
- Critical Issues in Education
- Curriculum Development & Design
- Assessment of Learning
- Technology in Education
- Research in Education
- Action Research Project