Master's Degree in Teaching in Santa Marta in Colombia

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Teaching

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.

Teaching is an academic program that prepares students for different instructing environments. Students may choose specific areas of study or choose general teaching techniques. Some courses may include communication, classroom management, evaluation methods, and managing challenging behaviors.

Colombia, officially the Republic of Colombia, is a unitary constitutional republic comprising thirty-two departments.

This busy city has seen many improvements in its education systems in the recent years. Due to its productivity, it has attracted a number of prominent higher education institutions which has led to an influx of students in the area.

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Master In Teaching And Research University

Universidad Sergio Arboleda
Campus Full time January 2017 Colombia Bogotá

The program has a number of Institutional and International Conventions: San Pablo CEU University, Spain, LASPAU - Harvard, the University of Antioquia and the Autonomous University of [+]

Master in Teaching and Research University

• To train professionals in the various areas of knowledge, pedagogical fundamentals that help optimize their teaching.

• To train professionals in the various areas of knowledge in the foundation and research practice, allowing them to develop research projects in their field.

• Develop research processes conducive to interdisciplinary work in research groups.

International Agreements

The program has a number of Institutional and International Conventions: San Pablo CEU University, Spain, LASPAU - Harvard, the University of Antioquia and the Autonomous University of Mexico, as well as the various conventions of research groups, such as the Technology Monterrey and La Trobe in Australia. ... [-]