In each course, you’ll learn the latest research in pedagogy and seek ways to apply it directly to your own classroom.
You'll start the program in fall, spring or summer, and take one course at a time (30 graduate credits total) over five consecutive terms. Because the program incorporates teachers' summer opportunities for learning, you can complete the program in less than two years.
Each week, in each course, you’ll interact with your instructors and other students on your learning team through e-mail and the web-based D2L learning platform. Learning is largely “asynchronous,” meaning you can work when it makes the most sense for your schedule.
- EDUC 600D: The Teacher in the Classroom
- EDUC 642D: Integrating Technology into the Classroom
- EDUC 643D: Teaching and Learning in an Academically Diverse Classroom
- EDUC 652D: Alternative Assessment Models
- (a) EDUC 665D: Introduction to Action Research
- (b) EDUC 891D: Action Research Project
- EDUC 658D: Classrooms by Design
- (a) EDUC 670D: Integration Seminar (includes a one-day visit to campus)
- (b) EDUC 892D: Action Research Project
- EDUC 680D: Teacher as Educational Leaders
For detailed course descriptions, visit the Graduate Academic Catalog.