An advanced level degree you can tailor to your educational goals with coursework that meets complex learning needs. Get what you need most to make you a more effective educator.
In this program, you take two required courses and nine electives, and work with an advisor to develop an individual study plan, a flexible map toward degree completion. Choose from a broad range of courses from across the university, or in one of these concentrations (which can also be taken as a certificate program that may lead to endorsement in your state):
Classroom and School Inquiry focuses on the understanding and critical analysis of educational research and methods for accurately communicating this information to the public. As teachers participate in redefining their educational roles, decision-making and action-oriented classroom practice will be critical in promoting student learning. Both require problem-solving, which is enhanced by the forming and testing of hypotheses, gathering data that is then analyzed, synthesized, and evaluated, and generating solutions. This course will engage students in this process by acquainting them with the knowledge and techniques necessary for them to become lifelong teacher researchers, and to present the results of their research effectively and professionally to a variety of audiences.
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