Broaden your area of academic interest while becoming a lifelong teacher-researcher and expert in curriculum and instruction.
Support your teaching and learning with in-depth curriculum and instruction courses that help you look at your classroom with new eyes. Challenge your own assumptions about identity, equity, inquiry, and curriculum development. Choose from several areas of concentration that you can tailor to your professional goals:
The program ends with an action research project in which you will demonstrate your new understandings and competencies. You will design a research project that can have a direct impact on your school community.
EEDUC 6125 Dimensions of Teaching and Learning
Students identify and use resources available to support them in their learning, teaching, and reflection. They begin to examine their identity as learners and professionals and use what they learn to explore ways that educational practices and enduring educational controversies can be understood using multiple perspectives and the knowledge that people learn differently. They also begin to build a portfolio in which they reflect upon and demonstrate their expanding understanding and competencies.
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