Formerly known as Curriculum and Instruction, our new completely online, Master of Education Program now includes the first in the state Skills for Teacher Leaders Endorsement as part of the graduate degree.
The M.Ed. Curriculum, Instruction, and Teacher Leadership Concentration goes to the heart of curriculum, instruction, and assessment in the classroom and unites educational principles, research, and practice.
With the addition of the Skills for Teacher Leaders Endorsement, our program also gives professionals the opportunity to enhance their leadership skills, increase their interpersonal skills, become agents of change to help move the organization forward, and at the same time help to increase student achievement.
Acceptance requires an Instructional I PA Teaching Certificate. Skills for Teacher Leaders Endorsement is added to your Instructional I or Instructional II PA Teaching Certificate.
The M.Ed. degree consists of the following requirements (*Skills for Teacher Leaders Endorsement):
Education Core and Specialization Courses (30 credits)
|ED 520||Introduction to Research|
|ED 522||Analysis of Teaching|
|ED 523||Curriculum Development of Evaluation|
|ED 529||Foundations of Curriculum|
|ED 544||Classroom Assessment for Learning|
|ED 517||Educational Computer Applications|
|ED 580||Teacher Leadership as the Gateway to Enhancing Instructional Effectiveness*|
|ED 581||Peer Mentoring and Its Impact on the Professional Community*|
|ED 582||The Role of Change in the Era of Accountability*|
|ED 583||The School as a Cultural and Political Entity*|