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2012-2013 Catalogue

Curriculum and Instruction (Master of Education)

Overview

The Curriculum and Instruction master's program is designed to develop leadership in such educational settings as teaching, curriculum theory, curriculum development, and related areas of research for elementary, middle and secondary level school settings, along with other educational areas. Areas of focus within the M. Ed. include Educational Technology, Library Media, Mathematics, Middle Level Multicultural and Cultural Studies, Reading and Language Arts, Physical Education, and General Curriculum Theory. The program is also appropriate for those with instructional roles in human services agencies and other educational venues.

Programs are developed to provide a comprehensive background in fields basic to instruction and curriculum development as well as the application of that knowledge to a specialized field. They include courses aimed at the examination and improvement of instructional practices in atmospheres that support student learning in grades K-12, and the application of curriculum theory and development. Opportunities for independent study and research are encouraged in all specializations.

Program information and application instructions for this degree at the Middle Level can be found in the Curriculum and Instruction for Middle Level Link out of catalogue site. document for this level. Program information and application instructions for this degree at the Secondary Level can be found in the Curriculum and Instruction for Secondary Education Link out of catalogue site. document for this level. Inquiries regarding these programs can be made at (802) 656-3356.

General Requirements

Specific Requirements

Work at the graduate level draws upon other divisions of the university, thus enabling the college to develop strong programs of professional education which include academic offerings in the various teaching fields in elementary and secondary education. Degree concentrations, in addition to those listed below, can be developed on an interdisciplinary basis responding to student strengths and needs.

Courses in professional education include: EDCI 200, EDCI 207, EDCI 211, EDCI 215, EDCI 238, EDCI 241, EDCI 245, EDCI 261, EDCI 333, EDCI 363, EDCI 397

EDFS 200, EDFS 204, EDFS 205, EDFS 206, EDFS 207, EDFS 209, EDFS 255, EDFS 302, EDFS 303, EDFS 304, EDFS 309, EDFS 314, EDFS 322, EDFS 347, EDFS 348, EDFS 352, EDFS 354, EDFS 369, EDFS 377, EDFS 380, EDFS 397

EDLT 200, EDLT 222, EDLT 223, EDLT 228, EDLT 234, EDLT 236, EDLT 295, EDLT 319, EDLT 375, EDLT 376, EDLT 378, EDLT 379, EDLT 380, EDLT 385

EDLI 200, EDLI 272, EDLI 273, EDLI 274, EDLI 275, EDLI 276, EDLI 277, EDLI 295

EDLP 264, EDLP 266, EDLP 268, EDLP 334, EDLP 336

More information about program requirements can be found at the Curriculum and Instruction Link out of catalogue site. website.

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