Masters Degree in Teaching in North America

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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.

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.

The United States of America commonly called the United States, is a federal republic consisting of fifty states and a federal district. The 48 contiguous states and the federal district of Washington, D.C. are in first North America between Canada and Mexico. The state of Alaska is in northwestern North America, west of Canada and east of Russia across the Bering Strait, and the state of Hawaii is an archipelago in the mid-North Pacific. The country also has five populated and nine unpopulated territories in the Pacific and the Caribbean.

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MEd, Teaching and Learning

Concordia University Chicago
Campus Full time 1 - 2 years October 2017 USA Chicago

This course will help you – as a current teacher or educator – to expand your understanding of a range of educational theories, including areas such as curriculum, instruction, and assessment. [+]

Masters in Teaching in North America 2017. MEd, Teaching and Learning This course will help you – as a current teacher or educator – to expand your understanding of a range of educational theories, including areas such as curriculum, instruction, and assessment. In addition to learning more about these key areas, you will also discover more about teaching strategies for modern development in the field, such as technology, diversity, and complex assessment environments. After graduating from this course, you will have a thorough grounding in sophisticated lesson and curriculum design, how to teach students with a variety of abilities and needs, and how technology can assist in teaching and learning. Typical career paths for graduates include: Dean/academic director Director, learning and development Professor/lecturer Education consultant Training director Teaching and learning development manager Course Requirements Academic Entry Requirements: Bachelor’s degree from a U.S. equivalent, regionally accredited institution GPA earned 2.85 or above English Language Proficiency*: IELTS: minimum 6.0 or TOEFL: minimum 60 (internet-based) or Michigan Test: minimum 85 or Bachelor’s degree from international English-speaking university or advanced degree from a U.S. institution Official test scores should be provided. [-]

MEd in Bilingual and Multicultural Education

Northern Arizona University
Campus or Online Part time August 2017 USA Flagstaff

Our degree program prepares candidates for a career as an English as a second language (ESL) classroom teacher, ESL resource teacher, or a teacher responsible for providing ESL instruction and support in the regular classroom or special settings. [+]

Curricular Requirements for 2016-2017 Academic Year Our degree program prepares candidates for a career as an English as a second language (ESL) classroom teacher, ESL resource teacher, or a teacher responsible for providing ESL instruction and support in the regular classroom or special settings. Candidates gain the knowledge, skills and dispositions for developing ESL skills across reading, writing, and listening, and for involving community and families as partners. They will also leave the program with a historical perspective of English learners in the U.S. Candidates will develop specific skills for assessing English learner proficiency and content area knowledge, and knowledge of various program models. They will become familiar with current research in ESL instruction, and understand how theory can be structured in classroom practice to develop the oral language and literacy skills of all students. The Bilingual and Multicultural Education, Master of Education has 2 emphasis: Bilingual emphasis English as a Second Language emphasis Prepare for a career as a Bilingual or English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher with this master’s degree. There is a growing demand for individuals with this preparation. With this degree, you can become a: Bilingual or ESL classroom teacher Bilingual or ESL resource teacher Teacher responsible for providing bilingual or ESL support in classroom or special settings Endorsements Bilingual Emphasis If you wish to meet the Arizona Bilingual Endorsement requirements, you may, through careful planning with your advisor, earn this endorsement within your master's degree program. You need to demonstrate language proficiency in a second language. ESL Emphasis You do not need to demonstrate language proficiency in a second language. However, if you decide to earn either the bilingual endorsement or the ESL endorsement, you will need to fulfill and verify the second language learning experience and teacher certification requirements of these endorsements. Visit the AZ Department of Education for more information. Please be advised, however, that Northern Arizona University does not grant either endorsement. To receive either a bilingual or English as a second language endorsement, you must apply to the Arizona Department of Education. Please be aware that our degree program does not automatically lead to endorsement. If you are interested in both a degree and an endorsement, you must work closely with your adviser to achieve both goals. What Can I Do with a Master of Education in ESL and Bilingual Education - ESL? Our degree program prepares you for a career as an English as a second language (ESL) classroom teacher, ESL resource teacher, or a teacher responsible for providing ESL instruction and support in the regular classroom or special settings. The demand for such skills is growing across the country. You won't need to demonstrate language proficiency in a second language. However, if you decide to earn either the bilingual endorsement or the ESL endorsement, you will need to fulfill the language proficiency and teacher certification requirements of these endorsements. With further education, one of these paths is possible: English as a Second Language teacher Classroom teacher English as a Second Language director University Requirements To receive a master’s degree at Northern Arizona University, you must complete a planned group of courses from one or more subject areas, consisting of at least 30 units of graduate-level courses. (Many master’s degree programs require more than 30 units.) You must additionally complete: All requirements for your specific academic plan(s). This may include a thesis. All graduate work with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0. All work toward the master’s degree must be completed within six consecutive years. The six years begins with the semester and year of admission to the program. In addition to University Requirements: Complete individual plan requirements. Candidates in this program of study are required to demonstrate content knowledge, pedagogical knowledge and skills, and professional knowledge to enroll in the fieldwork and capstone courses. Content, pedagogical, and professional knowledge or skills are demonstrated through candidate performance on key assessments embedded in the following courses: BME 530, BME 608, BME 631, BME 634, BME 637, and BME 698 A portfolio of sample work that demonstrates proficiency on TESOL professional standards, and through a passing score on a comprehensive examination ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Admission requirements over and above admission to NAU are required. NAU Graduate Online application is required for all programs. Details on admission requirements are included in the online application. Undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited institution Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.00 (scale is 4.00 = "A"), or the equivalent. Admission to many graduate programs is on a competitive basis, and programs may have higher standards than those established by the Graduate College. Transcripts For details on graduate admission policies, please visit the Graduate Admissions Policy International applicants have additional admission requirements. Individual program admission requirements include: IVP Fingerprint clearance card Teaching certificate (if the applicant has one) Student Learning Outcomes: Candidates will: 1. Know, understand and use the major theories and research related to the structure and acquisition of language 2. Apply major theories and research to help English language learners develop language and literacy and achieve in the content area. 3. Know, understand and use major concepts, principles, theories, and research related to the nature and role of culture and cultural groups to construct supportive learning environments for ELLs. 4. Know, understand and apply concepts, research and best practices to plan classroom instruction for ELLs. 5. Demonstrate understanding of issues and concepts of assessment. 6. Use a variety of standards-based language proficiency instruments to show language growth and to inform their instruction. [-]

Master Of Education (research Profile)

Université du Québec à Rimouski UQAR
Campus Full time 12 months September 2017 Canada Rimouski Lévis + 1 more

The Master of Education provides information on the different research approaches in education, understand their main foundations and deepen knowledge in an area of ​​specialization. [+]

Masters in Teaching in North America 2017. The Master of Education provides information on the different approaches to educational research, understand their main foundations and deepen their knowledge in a specialized field related to one of three concentrations: * Educational Administration; academic and social (remedial); teaching and learning. * Reserved for students who have completed the Diploma in Educational Administration. It also aims to find solutions to problems both theoretical and practical, as well as related professional experience as a field of educational knowledge. paths M.Ed., research profile (with memory) The MA in education, research path (with memory) allows for a research project (21 credits memory) to deepen their knowledge in a specialized field related to educational sciences. This pathway also helps develop the skills required for the pursuit of doctoral studies. M.Ed., professional profile (with testing) The MA in education, career path (with testing) enables: deepen skills like speaking in school and social adaptation, teaching-learning or school administration; become familiar with the science research process of education; to achieve a specific intervention project linked to the realities encountered in professional practice as part of an essay of 9 credits. Academic and social adjustment in concentration gives access to the Association of remedial Quebec (ADOQ). Targeted audience The Master of Education is aimed at: teachers; school administrators; psychoeducators; educational consultants; students interested in working in education both at school than middle school as stakeholders or researchers. Research areas The themes in the context of higher education in graduate studies can be very varied. Topics of study may enroll in any of the following: school and social adaptation, remediation; school administration, governance and financing of education; student development and cognition; didactics (French, mathematics, science, social studies, ethics, music, etc.); teaching and learning; practical training (internships); literacy, numeracy; perseverance and academic success; teaching profession; psychology, philosophy or sociology of education; information technology and communication in education; etc. Employment Opportunities In addition to allowing the deepening of a domain or acquiring research skills, higher education graduate programs make accessible or facilitate access to certain jobs: an advancement in his teaching career or intervening in Education; Principals (if degree or Master of Education, school administration concentration); resource teacher at different levels (in the case of short program of the second cycle in special education and Master of Education - Professional Profile - concentration academic and social adaptation); school counselor in a school board; professional in a ministry or other organizations developing, managing or supervising research projects and educational development; lecturer in university undergraduate programs in education (for courses related to the specialty developed); College Education (if sufficient disciplinary specialization is owned); professional for university research projects in education; research professor in education (for those pursuing doctoral studies in a field corresponding to positions offered in universities). OBJECTIVES The option M.Ed., research profile, is designed to allow the student or the student: to know the different educational research approaches; to define and develop specific research problem to the theme of selected studies; to know and understand the main theoretical foundations of its object of study; to acquire basic knowledge and be familiar with relevant research methodologies in education and the theme of selected studies; to plan and realize a research project in their area of ​​specialization; learn to effectively communicate the results of its work, in his writings or in seminars, symposia and conferences; develop the skills required to prosecution, if any, doctoral studies. [-]

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

UMaineOnline (University of Maine)
Online & Campus Combined Full time 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. [+]

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 Curriculum & Instruction

Shippensburg University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Shippensburg

The graduate program leading to the Master of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction is offered for fully certified elementary and secondary school teachers. ( [+]

Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction

The graduate program leading to the Master of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction is offered for fully certified elementary and secondary school teachers. (Certification is an option in the Early Childhood Cluster only.) Its purpose is to foster teacher growth through exploration of principles of theory and practice that enhance teaching. This degree program requires a completion of 36 graduate semester hour credits.

The Program

The curriculum & instruction master’s degree program fosters teacher growth through exploration of principles of theory and practice that enhance teaching. The program consists of a core of 18 credits that focus on four critical areas embedded in effective teaching: •    Curriculum & Assessment (3 crs.)•    Effective Teaching and Leadership (6 crs.)•    The Learner (6 crs.)•    Focus on Research (3 crs.)... [-]


Master of Education Degree in Teacher Leadership

Park University
Campus 36 hours September 2017 USA Kansas City

The Master of Education degree in Teacher Leadership, which contains four strands, began in October 1995, becoming the first graduate program in the School for Education. The degree is [+]

Master of Education Degree in Teacher Leadership

 

The Master of Education degree in Teacher Leadership, which contains four strands, is designed to meet the practical needs of the classroom teacher, and uses a praxis model that ties theory and practice together, in each course.

The program strives to develop reflective educators who can be change agents in the lives of their students, in their school and communities, and culminates with two capstone courses: Critical Reflections Seminar and Action Practicum, or by completion of the Thesis Option.  The degree requires twenty-one hours of core courses and fifteen hours of electives, which are specific to the student's selected strand.... [-]