24 Months online Program. Specially Designed for Teachers. International Networking Opportunities. Highly Experienced Faculties. Focused & Unique Curriculum. Global Academic Support. Get a holistic and strategic understanding of the education industry.
Introduction to graduate studies through a study of political, social, and economic forces that currently shape American education. Attention is given to educational history, reform and renewal, the role of the teacher, the challenges of diverse populations, family structures, technology, legal considerations, and pressure to reform education and professionalism in teaching.
This course explores the philosophical underpinnings of leadership perspectives that affect the successful application of instructional media and technology in the classroom. Students will study the integration of technology into educational settings, including creating and communicating common goals and understanding the nature of change in an information-rich society.
The focus of this course is on exploring access, instruction, and curriculum development with regard to past, present and future strategies. Emphasis is placed on integrating theoretical and practical dimensions. Multiple conceptual frameworks for developing curriculum and reflective inquiry will be investigated.
This course is designed to teach a practical, step-by-step approach in learning the complex procedures of the assessment process (ETR/IEP) and assessments (e.g. WISC-R) used to determine eligibility (IDEA, 2004). Demonstrate understanding of the assessment process according to the regulations of IDEA (2004) for eligibility, to determine services (IEP/ETR) and to create formative and summative assessments to inform instruction to achieve IEP goals and to analyze outcomes.
This course examines principles, strategies and methodologies that are designed to improve student achievement in the content areas. Research, theory, and implications for instruction and technology will be examined and reviewed. Topics include purposes and types of reading; content reading learning design and delivery and methods of assessing reading strategies and skills in student-centered reading instruction.
This course focuses on learning theories and current issues in the psychology of learning, the social and emotional growth and diverse needs of students, and guidance and counseling theories, strategies, and practices. Topics include research related to child development, best teaching practice, learning styles, theories of multiple intelligences and constructivism.
This course will aid in the understanding and knowledge of how one can use collaboration and facilitation skills with groups. This includes facilitation skills, consensus building and teambuilding strategies along with problem-solving skills that work in school settings.
This course will offer Teacher Leaders in public and private schools the opportunity to examine their own leadership styles and beliefs, while learning more about leadership in general, and school leadership, specifically.
This course provides an overview of the emergence of and justification for ethical issues in education. The course will compare and contrast the professional ethics of educators and other professions, begin to develop skills for thinking and writing critically about ethical claims related to the education profession, and encourage the students to think about how to maintain an ethical educational career and life.
This course will examine curriculum leadership on a macro-scale, as well as examining how best to implement curricular change, work with curriculum teams or grade-level teams, plus leading horizontal and vertical teams for curriculum (mapping) coverages. This class will not look at a specific curriculum, but how to lead departments, grades, and schools in the implementation of a cohesive curriculum. It will also look at how to integrate inclusion and the special education challenges into the curriculum.
This course will focus on basic types of research conducted in education, including both quantitative and qualitative, as well as procedures for analyzing data for each type of research. Students will be able to identify and understand good research and to develop action research to move theory to practice.
This course will focus on current issues related to all types of diversity in P–12 classrooms: educational exceptionalities, including giftedness, linguistic, cultural, ethnic, and economic diversity, and best practices to provide appropriate education to diverse learners.
This course will be a topical seminar focused on current trends in teaching and learning, and will involve initial development and design of the Professional Teaching Portfolio.
This course examines the effective use of technology as a tool to enhance mentoring, collaboration and communication in the educational setting. Topics include using advanced communications technology to solve communication problems, critically evaluate information and media messages, apply technology to meet the needs of diverse external audiences and work effectively in multicultural setting, and to use, organize, and manage research effectively to enhance learning.
A complete project report of selected area of research.
While non-native English speakers have graduated from our programme in the past (and performed admirably), all of our courses are taught in English only, so your ability to interact with clients, professors, and peers in an effective manner through oral and written communication is crucial to your success.
Educational leadership is a broad term that encompasses any education professionals who functions in a decision-making capacity to influence the curriculum or academics provided to an institution’s students, according to ASCD. Numerous positions within a school, district or campus can fall within the umbrella of this definition. Typically, those with leadership responsibilities hold advanced degrees in their field and are highly ranked among their colleagues.
A critical component of any educational system is curriculum development, the process by which improvements are made to learning strategies based on the changing needs of society. In order to most effectively meet the needs of each generation of students, updates are necessary. Thus, there is an entire profession dedicated to the design and implementation of educational content. Curriculum development mainly consists of: Curriculum Development Curriculum Design Process Assessment and Evaluation in Curriculum Development
There is a wide selection of careers in education administration that will allow students to positively contribute to the education system. Here are four possible career paths with a degree in education administration. Assistant Principal Test Development Administrator Director For Curricular Programs Administrative Director
If you’ve been teaching for a few years and want to pursue graduate studies, you may wish to investigate administration positions available with a Master’s in Education. Keep in mind that in order to compete for jobs in administration, you will need to pursue a master’s degree with a specialization in administration. Here’s a look at some of the jobs you could consider once you’ve completed your master’s program. Elementary School Principal Middle School Principal High School Principal
Obtaining a Master’s in Education, whether locally or online, helps if you are seeking positions with additional power and authority or if you are simply looking for positions that are more stable and also higher-paying. Working towards a Master’s in Education is ideal if you are interested in pursuing a career path within the educational field that is considered a specialty career or job opportunity, such as working with special education children or those who have communication difficulties.
In an online (Open Learning) course, expect to spend 3-4 hours per week on one course.
This depends on how many courses you take per semester. You can complete it in as little as 18 months and self study/dissertation in the final semester.
Yes. You will be able to take all your core courses and enough electives to complete your program in online mode.