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A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

Although some education can be very informal, most mainstream education happens in a more formalized setting. This sort of education is typically divided into various stages, which include preschool, kindergarten, middle school, and high school. Higher education includes college, post graduate programs, masters degrees, and doctorates.

 

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Master of Education in Literacy (Writing and the Teaching of Writing)

UMaineOnline (University of Maine)
Online & Campus Combined Part time September 2017 USA Orono

The Maine Writing Project of the College of Education and Human Development offers a unique opportunity to discover your potential as a writer and teacher of writing in our unique hybrid graduate program. With online courses during the academic year and on-campus summer options in Orono, students will complete a Master of Education in Literacy with a focus in Writing and the Teaching of Writing. [+]

Part time Masters in Education in Penobscot in USA. General Overview of M.Ed. in Literacy (Writing and the Teaching of Writing) Online Graduate Studies with on-campus summer options The Maine Writing Project of the College of Education and Human Development offers a unique opportunity to discover your potential as a writer and teacher of writing in our unique hybrid graduate program. With online courses during the academic year and on-campus summer options in Orono, students will complete a Master of Education in Literacy with a focus in Writing and the Teaching of Writing. We offer the following courses and institutes: Digital Writing Poetry Nonfiction Blogging Fiction National Writing Project Certification Writing Center Pedagogy Developing Online Learning Experiences NorthEast Writing Institute Reading/Writing in the Common Core You may take these courses and institutes individually or as part of our graduate program. Check out our website for information on gaining certification in the National Writing Project as a member of the Maine Writing Project. Visit MaineWritingProject.org (see Online Graduate Studies in Writing) From the Dean of Education and Human Development: “In order to develop graduates prepared to become leaders in their selected profession, we feel that they first need to become inspired, motivated learners. We are seeking students that are self motivated, goal oriented learners who are truly inspired to become intellectuals themselves and we believe that we have the faculty and staff who can guide you along the journey. We hope to prepare our graduates to enter the profession ready to lead through service and action and poised to make a positive impact on children, youth, adults, families, communities and schools. To reach this end our candidates will begin with inspiration and a commitment to developing the knowledge base to provide effective instruction and other educational services that will respond to the diverse needs of all learners. Developing this knowledge base is essential when learning to collaborate with others and to engage in ongoing professional development that will lead to engagement and transformative education.” Program Requirements The Master of Education (M.Ed.) is intended to enhance the preparation of educational professionals in specialty areas. The degree is granted on completion of a planned program of study that includes a minimum of 33-60 semester hours, depending on the discipline. Those semester hours may include up to 6 hours of approved transfer coursework from a fully accredited college or university which would be acceptable at that institution in partial fulfillment of its requirements for a graduate degree, or up to 12 hours of approved transfer coursework from the University of Maine. In lieu of a thesis, M.Ed. programs require completion of a comprehensive paper, project, portfolio, or oral examination, generally during the final semester or year of study. The purpose of this requirement is to enable demonstration of learning that has taken place across the program as a whole. All work for the M.Ed. program must be completed within six years of matriculation. This low-residence option for teachers emphasizes the teaching of writing in real and virtual contexts. The course of study is planned in consultation with a faculty advisor and includes online academic year courses and on-campus summer options. The program also includes an online practicum guided by a writing mentor. Required Courses: EDU 580: Northeast Writing Institute EDU 580: Literacy Institute – Or – ERL 590: Maine Writing Project Summer Institute ERL 544: Digital Writing in Classrooms ERL 540: Writing in Schools & Colleges ERL 590: Seminar in Fiction ERL 590: Seminar in Crafting Story – Or – ERL 590: Seminar in Memoir ERL 698: Writing Practicum Plus additional electives APPLICATION INFORMATION Eligibility for admission to M.Ed. programs is based on completion of prerequisites for the specific program. Some PreK-12 programs require prior teacher certification. However, an applicant from another undergraduate program may establish eligibility by meeting essential prerequisites. In accordance with Graduate School regulations, all thesis candidates must take the Graduate Record Examination. Non-thesis candidates may take either the Miller Analogies Test or the GRE. Applicants should allow up to six weeks for scores to be sent to the Graduate School. When you are ready to apply, please first review the Application Instructions. Then, complete your online application. For additional information regarding admission into the program, please contact: Dr. Rich Kent. What can I do with an MEd in Literacy (Writing and the Teaching of Writing)? Children need proficient reading skills in order to be successful in school. The level of reading skill required to fully participate in society continues to grow. This program is designed to enrich and expand the students’ understanding of the process of reading and to help educators become effective in the literacy needs of a wide range of learners. With this degree you may become a reading specialist or a literacy coach. In addition to regular classroom teaching, this degree prepares you for a career in Preschool, Elementary, Secondary, Special Ed or Remedial reading education, Adult Literacy and English as a Second language. Literacy students become teachers and scholars. You’ll develop the skills that are required in educating students from different cultural backgrounds, economic situations and educational backgrounds. Curriculum Design is another important area in literacy education. As more and more immigrants come to the United States, the need for literacy education becomes increasingly important. [-]

Master of Education in Elementary and Secondary Education (Curriculum, Assessment and Instruction)

UMaineOnline (University of Maine)
Campus or Online Part time September 2017 USA Orono

The Master of Education program in Elementary Education or Secondary Education with a concentration in Curriculum, Assessment and Instruction is designed for elementary, middle level, and high school teachers who, while continuing a career in classroom teaching, seek to assume responsibility and leadership roles in enhancing student performance with respect to state and federal standards by focusing on the areas of curriculum, assessment, and instruction. The M.Ed. program is offered both on campus and as an online program. A minimum of 33 credits is required. [+]

General Overview of the M.Ed. Elementary and Secondary Education – Curriculum, Assessment and Instruction Concentration The Master of Education program in Elementary Education or Secondary Education with a concentration in Curriculum, Assessment and Instruction is designed for elementary, middle level, and high school teachers who, while continuing a career in classroom teaching, seek to assume responsibility and leadership roles in enhancing student performance with respect to state and federal standards by focusing on the areas of curriculum, assessment, and instruction. The M.Ed. program is offered both on campus and as an online program. A minimum of 33 credits is required. The College of Education and Human Development is the largest provider of undergraduate and graduate professional education programs and educational policy research in Maine. The College’s graduate programs prepare teachers and other specialists to apply research-based knowledge, field-tested experience and the latest technology to help address the changing needs of schools, colleges, children and families. As the home of statewide, regional and national research and professional development programs, the College’s work is informed and innovative. Graduate programs are designed to enrich and extend theory, practice and leadership. The hallmark of graduate work at the College is mentoring-working closely with a faculty advisor whose goal is to ensure that student programs meet unique needs. Small classes, led by widely recognized faculty, encourage debate, inquiry, and discussion based on real experiences and current issues. Flexibility is built into individual programs to allow the greatest impact in specific areas of need. This same commitment to individual growth and inquiry is ingrained in outreach and distance education. Faculty members travel around the state each year to teach graduate courses and consult with cohorts of students who live too far from campus for a reasonable commute, and offer many courses using distance formats. Program Requirements The basic program for this M.Ed. program includes the following course requirements: EHD 520: Educational Assessment EHD 521: Evaluation of Instruction EHD 533: Dynamics of the Curriculum SAR 540: Introduction to Students at Risk EHD 586: Seminar: Action Research in PreK-12 Schools EHD 587: Practicum: Action Research in PreK-12 Schools EAD 551: Dynamics of Change in Schools EDT 520: Methods of Teaching with Computer Technology Three Electives – Electives must be approved by their advisers (courses in technology, in special education and in content areas are strongly recommended). Course Descriptions The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Elementary Education or Secondary Education is granted on completion of a planned program of study that includes a minimum of 33 semester hours. Those semester hours may include up to 6 hours of approved transfer coursework from a fully accredited college or university which would be acceptable at that institution in partial fulfillment of its requirements for a graduate degree, or up to 12 hours of approved transfer coursework from the University of Maine. In lieu of a thesis, this M.Ed. program requires completion of an action research project, generally during the final year of study. The purpose of this requirement is to enable demonstration of learning that has taken place across the program as a whole. All work for the M.Ed. program must be completed within six years of matriculation. APPLICATION INFORMATION Applicants for the M.Ed. degree in Elementary Education or Secondary Education are expected to have completed a preparation program leading to teacher certification. Applicants for admission who achieved an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or above (on a 4-point scale) are not required to take an admissions test. Those with an undergraduate GPA below 3.0 are expected to take the Miller Analogies Test (or GRE) and submit their MAT (or GRE) scores to the Graduate School. When you are ready to apply, please first review the Application Instructions. Then, complete your online application. For additional information regarding admission to this program, please contact: Owen Maurais (Owen_Maurais@umit.maine.edu) or Dr. John Maddaus (John_Maddaus@umit.maine.edu) What can I do with an M.Ed. Elementary and Secondary Education – Curriculum, Assessment and Instruction Concentration? Our students gain valuable skills in leadership and effective teaching as well as skills in conducting action research on educational practices. Our graduates have expertise in the new methods of assessment and gain strategies and tools to evaluate the student learning process. With this knowledge and experience you will have the ability assess, modify and suggest alternative goals and strategies in learning design, instruction and assessment. [-]