Master's Degree in Education in Massachusetts in USA

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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.

 

The USA remains the world’s most popular destination for international students. Universities in the US dominate the world rankings and the country also offers a wide variety of exciting study locations. State university systems are partially subsidized by state governments, and may have many campuses spread around the state, with hundreds of thousands of students.

The commonwealth of Massachusetts is a state of the United States bordering Rhode Island, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire and Atlantic Ocean. There are more than 121 higher education institutions in the city which include the universities which are among top forty institutions of the universe. The city is also known for Appalachian trail, mid-state trail, bay circuit trail for the hiking. Sailing, fresh water and deep sea fishing and whale watching are some other recreational facilities in this state.

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MICROMASTERS E-learning Program: Create Activities And Content For Virtual Education (university Galilean)

edX MicroMasters Programs
Online Full time Part time 12 - 24 weeks January 2017 USA Cambridge + 1 more

Make effective eLearning training organizations; higher education and secondary education. [+]

Masters in Education in Massachusetts in USA. Make effective eLearning training organizations; higher education and secondary education. The program Micromasters on "e-Learning: create activities and content for virtual learning" it is based on the latest research in the field of Information Technology - communication technologies (ICT) and its application to learning theories. Our courses are based on that you can create virtually any type of content e-Learning professional manner, using the latest in educational technology and adding interactive elements to transform traditional training projects in courses effective and innovative virtual learning. Thanks to our educational modality can receive your classes at any time and share your questions and knowledge with our community, in addition to this get academic credits to support your knowledge, skills and abilities in educational technologies that will give you the opportunity to qualify for the Masters in direction and Production of e-Learning is offered in virtual mode in Galileo University (pioneer in Latin America in virtual education) Sign up now and in just 21 weeks will know everything about the new educational technologies and techniques to design and develop materials effective that allow you to e-learning (e-learning) eligible for job offers. Do not wait any longer and start creating interactive virtual courses that capture the attention of your students. Students who obtain the credential Micromasters can apply for admission to the virtual Master in Management and Production in e-Learning and validation of the program courses Micromasters for 6 courses the first year of the virtual Master totaling 18 academic credits, and correspond to 50% of total loans in the first year. Job Outlook Differentiate a traditional teacher developing innovative learning resources. Get the necessary skills to qualify for jobs related to project management e-learning, examples: technology consultant for education or training area coordinator. Position yourself in a labor market with high demand for professionals with experience in creating multimedia, design, development and implementation of training processes using technology. Provide advice to e-learning. Micromasters this program lets you work in various roles virtual learning process, such as tutoring, technology consultant, developer of multimedia resources, and teacher for a MOOC. What you'll learn: E-Learning design innovative experiences supported and enriched by the use of technology, focusing on student learning process. Design and produce e-learning resources professionally. Using web 2.0 tools to create online courses and different methods and techniques for introducing these resources in your training e-Learning. Create your own interactive multimedia resources to support the process of training or virtual training in educational institutions or companies. Use the techniques and tools of rapid content creation (Rapid Learning) industry-leading production of digital educational content. Apply the use of innovative educational technologies in learning and training contexts, to create resources and content to support classes. Details Micromasters program To obtain the certificate Micromasters You must approve and obtain a certificate verified each course that integrates this program Micromasters. Utliza their credentials to reach the next level Take your professional development to the next level; credit for academic credits obtained in the program Micromasters "e-Learning: create activities and content for virtual education" and continue your studies with the Master in Management and Production in e-Learning taught in mode 100% virtual Galileo University. Thanks to the courses that make up the curriculum of this Master (Equivalent to 18 credits Academic) students who passed 3 courses program Micromasters are admitted to our academic program without taking the admission test and continue their online training from the second half. courses Learning and Virtual Learning Design meaningful learning experiences oriented virtual learning environments. Emerging Web Technologies for Virtual Teaching Meet new technologies e-Learning and web 2.0 tools focused on improving the experience of virtual learning. Design and Multimedia Resource Development for Virtual Learning Create a simple and easy your own multimedia resources and interactive learning for successful e-learning form. Final project, "e-Learning" The project challenges students intellectually and allows to demonstrate the skills and competences acquired. [-]

MicroMasters Program in Leading Educational Innovation and Improvement (The University of Michigan)

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Online Full time Part time 30 weeks January 2017 USA Cambridge + 1 more

Become an innovative leader with new R&D strategies for improving classrooms, schools and educational systems. [+]

Average Length: 6 weeks per course Effort: 2-4 hours per week, per course Number Of Courses: 5 Courses in Program Subject: Education & Teacher Training Institution: The University of Michigan Institution Offering Credit: The University of Michigan Language: English Video Transcripts: English Price (USD): $199-249 per course Become an innovative leader with new R&D strategies for improving classrooms, schools and educational systems. Education systems around the world face the central challenge of finding innovative solutions and techniques for improving student performance. This challenge is shared by teachers, teacher-leaders, and principals who are responsible for improving opportunities to learn, with two goals: raising average levels of student performance and reducing achievement gaps between students. Beyond schools, leaders in district offices, government agencies, professional associations, and other non-governmental enterprises also share the challenge of improving student performance at scale across entire schools, districts, and systems. Developed in collaboration with the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching - and drawing on the expertise of leading researchers, innovators, and practitioners - the Leading Educational Innovation and Improvement MicroMasters Program will empower learners to collaborate and strengthen educational opportunities and outcomes for millions of students, especially those currently underserved by their public schools. This MicroMasters Program will develop learners’ knowledge of educational innovation, research, and practice to enable them to improve the education and lives of children in their own schools and beyond. More information on the MicroMasters Program can be found at the University of Michigan website. Job Outlook Teachers will have the knowledge, and may be able to pursue the credentials, to become active members of improvement teams and initiatives in their schools and districts. Leaders within the K-12 governance structure will have the knowledge, and may be able to pursue the credentials, to develop and manage inter-organizational teams able to effectively use leading methods of educational innovation and improvement. NOTE: Teachers and leaders should consult appropriate agencies to discuss possibilities for continuing education credit. program developer; external coach/implementation support; improvement specialist; project manager; grant writer; policy analyst; program officer. Career opportunities as grade-level team leader; content-area improvement specialist; instructional coach; school improvement team member; Reformers beyond the K-12 governance structure will have the knowledge, and may be able to pursue the credentials, to use leading methods of educational innovation and improvement to secure funding for their work. Reformers can establish organizations and strategies supporting large-scale improvement; and manage their collaboration with school, districts, and systems. What You'll Learn: To envision new possibilities for the work of students and teachers in classrooms. To understand alternative logics and strategies for organizing the practice of educational innovation. To examine the application of the emerging field of improvement science to the practice of educational innovation. To explore innovation and improvement in large-scale educational reform initiatives in the US and around the world. To improve your own practice as an educator, innovator, and/or reformer. To develop and manage teams that use disciplined, evidence-based methods of educational innovation and improvement. To employ disciplined, evidence-based methods of educational innovation and improvement to manage collaborations among schools, districts, and systems. MicroMasters Program Details How To Earn The MicroMasters Credential Complete and successfully earn a Verified Certificate in all five courses. Take Your Credential To The Next Level Learners who have successfully earned the MicroMasters Credential may receive course credit for four Masters of Arts classes (12 credit hours; the equivalent of two elective courses and two cognate courses) if they apply, and are admitted, to the Masters of Arts programs in Educational Leadership and Policy, Teaching and Learning, New Media and Literacies, or Urban Pedagogy at the University of Michigan’s School of Education. Courses Leading Ambitious Teaching and Learning Learn why ambitious teaching and learning may be the key to global educational improvement and how to put it into practice. Logics of Educational Innovation and Improvement Learn leading strategies for educational innovation to improve practice, raise student performance, and reduce achievement gaps. Improvement Science in Education Learn how to apply principles and practices of improvement science to improve educational practice, raise student performance Case Studies in Continuous Educational Improvement Learn about leading approaches to continuous educational improvement through case studies of educational innovation. Leading Educational Innovation and Improvement Capstone Apply your knowledge and demonstrate mastery, personal growth, and competency along dimensions central to leading educational... What is a MicroMasters Program? Developed to advance a career and born from Master's programs of leading universities, MicroMasters programs are a series of higher-level courses recognized by companies for real job relevancy, and may accelerate a Master's degree. [-]

Masters of Education

Anna Maria College
Campus Full time 3 semesters September 2017 USA Worcester

One of the inaugural programs of concentration at Anna Maria College, founded in 1946, was the Education program. Anna Maria College has offered educator preparation programs approved by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) since 1982. These programs are in keeping with the College mission of fostering intellectual involvement, career preparation, social awareness, dedication to justice and peace, religious and moral sensitivity, and a lifestyle capable of sustaining these within balance. The education programs, are committed to nurturing the development of a sense of respect for oneself and for others, and a sense of responsibility to society and the world. [+]

Masters in Education in Massachusetts in USA. One of the inaugural programs of concentration at Anna Maria College, founded in 1946, was the Education program. Anna Maria College has offered educator preparation programs approved by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) since 1982. These programs are in keeping with the College mission of fostering intellectual involvement, career preparation, social awareness, dedication to justice and peace, religious and moral sensitivity, and a lifestyle capable of sustaining these within balance. The education programs, are committed to nurturing the development of a sense of respect for oneself and for others, and a sense of responsibility to society and the world. Partners in Education Anna Maria College faculty and partner school faculty work in close collaboration. Our students benefit from the experience, expertise, and mentoring from exemplar supervising practitioners in both urban and suburban schools. For a listing of Partners in Education, please email cholmes@annamaria.edu Description The Master of Education (M.Ed.) and Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS) programs are designed for individuals who want to expand their understanding of teaching and learning, to develop and enhance their teaching practice, and to prepare for further inquiry in education. The programs are designed to include a foundation of philosophical, psychological, social, and moral influences on schools; the examination of national and state curriculum standards; the application of innovative instructional practices; and the integration of reflection and inquiry into teaching practice. Master of Education Admission Requirements In addition to the general procedures for admission to the Division of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education, applicants for admission to Education programs must possess at least a bachelor degree in liberal arts or sciences from an accredited institution and provide evidence of the ability and preparation necessary for the satisfactory pursuit of graduate studies. This evidence consists primarily, but not exclusively, in the distribution of undergraduate courses and the grades received in them. A scholastic average of 2.7 (on a 4.0 scale) for the total undergraduate program and a 3.0 average in the major field are required. Applicants whose undergraduate majors are other than liberal arts or sciences must show evidence of an interdisciplinary major. This is defined as a minimum of 12 courses (36 credits) in liberal arts or sciences, the majority of which are upper-level courses. Four of these courses must be in the same discipline; the remaining eight must be in a related area. Fulfillment of this prerequisite is determined from the undergraduate transcript by the Program Director Additional materials, certificates, licensure, Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure results, or proof of specific course work, as may be required. A written statement of the applicant’s goals explaining his or her interest in and motivation for teaching, including information about relevant professional experiences are also required for admissions. Two references and resume. Conditional Acceptance Applicants who did not graduate from their undergraduate institution with a grade point average of 2.7 or better (on a 4.0 scale) but have demonstrated the capability to undertake graduate-level course work may be conditionally accepted to Anna Maria College. Conditionally accepted applicants are admitted to Anna Maria College, but become matriculated only after successfully earning a grade of B or better in two graduate level courses (6 credits). The two courses may be specified based on transcript review and interview. Credit Load Policy For programs operating on the traditional semester schedule (15- week fall term, 15-week spring term, and two 6-week summer terms), the normal full-time course load is two courses each in the fall and spring terms, and one courses in each summer term. For programs operating on the accelerated schedule of six 8- week terms per year, the normal full-time course load is one course per term. Students who wish to register for more than the stated full-time load must receive prior approval from their Program Director. [-]

Masters and Doctoral Programs in Educational Leadership

Cambridge Graduate University
Campus September 2017 USA Cambridge

The mission of the Masters and Doctoral Programs in Educational Leadership is to prepare educational leaders with an advanced, broad and in-depth knowledge base and skills to effectively build [+]

Masters and Doctoral Programs in Educational Leadership

The mission of the Masters and Doctoral Programs in Educational Leadership is to prepare educational leaders with an advanced, broad and in-depth knowledge base and skills to effectively build and sustain meaningful and purposeful relationships with constituents and to effectuate reform efforts that result in improved student achievement.

Curriculum Overview

"...action which embodies certain qualities. These include a commitment to human well being and the search for truth, and a respect for others. It is the action of people who are free, who are able to act for themselves...praxis is always risky" (Carr and Kremis 1986:190)... [-]