The M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction is designed to meet the professional development needs of teachers by providing them with an advanced professional degree that will enhance their teaching knowledge, skills, experiences and dispositions. The curriculum is organized to achieve this goal through a graduate education core, a capstone (research) core and Curriculum & Instruction strand with courses providing new and updated information in curriculum and instruction—a central aspect of the teaching profession. Students will have the option of individualizing their final research project to better suit their own needs by selecting either the preparation of a National Board for Professional Teaching Standards portfolio or by completing an applied research project in an approved, related topic area.
Courses will be offered in a convenient, blended format. Students and faculty will meet both face-to-face as well as on-line. The number of meetings will vary depending on the nature of the course and the students' needs, but students should anticipate meeting at least three times per semester on campus.
Faculty teaching in the program will maintain regular office hours as well as on-line office hours so they are available should students have questions or concerns about course material. In addition, technical assistance will be provided at convenient times for students who have technology issues.
|EDUC 5501||Cognitive and Motivational Theories in the Classroom|
|EDUC 5502||Technology Integraion for Learning|
|EDUC 5503||Philosophy of Education|
|EDUC 5504||Educational Data Analysis|
|EDUC 5505||Educational Research|
|EDUC 5506||Capstone Seminar|
|EDUC 5507||National Board Certification Seminar|
|EDUC 5508||Capstone Project|
|EDUC 5509||Research and Practice|
|EDCI 6601||Principles of Curriculum Theory|
|EDCI 6602||Curriculum Planning and Implementation Pre K-6|
|EDCI 6603||Curriculum Planning and Implementation 6-12|
|EDCI 6604||Advanced Assessment in Curriculum and Instruction|
|EDCI 6605||Critical Studies in Multicultural Education|
|EDCI 6606||Teachers as Leaders|