The master of education in teaching and learning at Concordia University Chicago is designed for current educators who desire to deepen their understanding of curriculum, instruction and assessment theory through a practitioner’s lens. This program provides innovative teaching strategies with respect to technology in the classroom, diverse student populations, disciplinary literacy, and an increasingly complex assessment environment that responsibly melds national standards and assessment.
- Integrate foundational theories with a sophisticated lesson and curriculum design, exemplary instruction and responsible assessment.
- Develop an understanding of how to respond to the needs of all learners using differentiation, effective instruction and assessment.
- Apply an understanding of diversity in learning to classroom instructional practices.
- Recognize the critical role technology plays in teaching and learning.
*INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS: In addition to the base program curriculum listed below, international students attending face-to-face classes on the CUC campus are required to take the Seminar in Higher Education, a 3-credit course.
- Curriculum Construction
- Addressing Diverse Populations in the Classroom
- Teacher as Practitioner
- Fundamentals of Learning Theory
- Studies in Literacy and Multiliteracies
- Integrating Technology Across the Curriculum
- Assessment of Student Learning
- Providing Instructional Support
- Teacher as Researcher
The capstone experience for the master’s degree in teaching and learning is embedded in the final course, Seminar in Reflective Practice. Candidates will be required to develop and implement a research project based on their interests related to teaching and learning.
- Seminar in Reflective Practice
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