Bring the creative arts with you to your PreK-2 classroom.
This arts-rich Master of Education (M.Ed.) program is responsive to the unique needs of young children, and teaches students how to honor cultural, linguistic, economic, and social diversity, as well as different learning styles. Become empowered to bring out the creative and intellectual abilities of all PreK-2 learners—and yourself—and learn how the arts can effect positive student achievement.Your coursework will give you a foundation in arts education and arts and human development, as well as in early childhood content areas, assessment, and special needs.
Key program information for M.Ed. in Early Childhood and Creative Arts in Learning:
Margaret H. Lippert
Adjunct Professor, National Faculty
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