The M.S. in Teaching and Inquiry is for teachers interested in developing and expanding their craft, knowledge, and skills in teaching. The program is open to K-8 teachers with a minimum of two years of teaching in their own classroom.
Each semester, students take one required core course and one elective. Students choose their electives from dozens of course options. With students choosing their five electives, the program allows each student to create a custom program that will most benefit their personal and professional goals. Students can take one general education elective in a subject they teach.
The program focuses on core topics:
- Inquiry-based teaching
- Project-based teaching
- Authentic and integrated curriculum development
- Teaching 21st-century literacies
- Multicultural education
- Teacher action research
Choose electives in a specific area, such as literacy, early childhood education, or bilingual education endorsement.
The M.S. in Teaching and Inquiry prepares you for careers in areas such as:
- Teacher in grades K-8
- School and department leadership
- Bilingual education teacher
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