Master of Education: Teaching - Curriculum and Instruction for Elementary Teachers

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Дедлайн: 09.09.2015



The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Teaching has been developed to meet the needs of licensed classroom practitioners by linking what has been learned about effective teaching to best practices in the classroom. This graduate-level program offers 6 unique concentrations with the coursework for each structured within 3 essential areas that affect today’s classroom teachers: instruction, curriculum, and professional development.

In this program, you will:

  • Interact with faculty members who are committed to the collaborative and investigation of problems in practice
  • Experience a comprehensive study of current educational research and critical analysis of classroom teaching and learning
  • Discover how to enhance your classroom management skills and create active learning environments
  • Discover how different social, emotional, physical, and ethical issues impact various aspects of K-12 classrooms
  • Enhance your interpersonal communication skills to include speaking, listening, reading, and writing
  • Examine how teachers can use technology more efficiently and effectively to improve student achievement
  • Explore legal, ethical, and political issues governing K-12 education

This program has unique admissions and completion requirements. Please click the Admissions Requirements tab below to view complete details.

Important note: This program is not designed to lead to certification or licensure. We strongly encourage you to explore your state-specific requirements prior to applying here in order to make an informed decision.

This school offers programs in:
  • English
Entry Requirements

The following documentation is required for admission into this program (for all concentrations) and must be provided prior to course registration:

  • Official bachelor’s or master’s transcript showing conferral of degree
  • School of Education Non-Certification Questionnaire
  • Graduate writing sample
  • Signed Statement of Understanding (SOU)


  • As of November 1, 2014, a minimum undergraduate GPA of 2.5 is required for admission into this program.
  • You will be provided with the necessary questionnaire and forms, along with details regarding the graduate writing sample, after you submit your application.
  • You are required to take EDUC503 as the first course in this degree program, but other courses may be taken in conjunction with EDUC503.