Most professionals want to advance their education or seek further knowledge by earning a masters degree. With the drive for more STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) programs, as well as the need to compete in a global economy, students do not just want to interact with technology; they need to in order to become successful in the future. All students take core courses in curriculum theory, learning and motivation in context, cultural diversity in education, contemporary issues in assessment, and classroom-based research.
This accreditation covers all academic programs, all regional locations, and all programs provided via distance education. Learners may also consider hybrid programs, which include both online and on-campus components. Students will enhance their competencies as educators and global citizens as they engage in active experiential learning and critical reflection.
Online students can maintain full-time teaching employment while earning their master’s degree. Note: Because courses in this program …Read More