Inspire students to greater achievement with this rich and relevant program.
Prepare to teach effectively in the 21st century classroom with an M.Ed. in Elementary Education program that incorporates a commitment to inclusive classrooms, differentiated instruction, and integrating theory and practice. Coursework includes literacy and literature, content areas, classroom management, and more. While in your program, you will have continuous individual feedback on key assignments, allowing you to track your progress and adjust where necessary. Learn more about our assessment system.
Mathematics in the United States has historically been a difficult field because it has not always taken children’s developmental and learning needs into account. In this course, we support learners gaining knowledge needed to teach school-age children and increase competency in the mathematics itself. A variety of materials and models are used to show connections to daily life, and many different approaches to mathematics are investigated. Relevant children’s literature and technology are also emphasized.
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Expected Program Outcomes: Elementary
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