M.Ed. Art of Teaching

Cedar Crest College
United States
Master's Degree
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2 years
August May January
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Core Courses (12 credits):

  •  Law and Policy in American Education
  • Educational Philosophy and Ethics
  • Research Design and Methodology
  • Curriculum, Assessment and Instructional Strategies for Teaching CLD Students

Electives (18 credits):

  • American Education
  •  Educational Psychology
  •  Integrating the Arts in the Elementary and Middle School Classroom
  •  Literacy I
  •  Literacy II
  •  Reading and Language Arts
  •  Reading in the Content Area
  •  Diversity and Critical Pedagogy
  •  Creative Drama in the Classroom
  •  Developing Cultural Awareness and Sensitivity
  •  Second Language Acquisition and Language Development
  •  Approaches to Educating ELL’s
  •  Special Topics in Education (3-9cr)
  •  Independent Study
  •  Thesis or Capstone Application Project
  • Psycho-Educational Testing for Teacher
  •  Adaptations and Modifications for the Exceptional Child in the General Education Classroom
  •  Collaborative Partnerships in Inclusive Settings
  •  Classroom Management
  •  Teaching Students with Low Incidence Disabilities
  •  Teaching Students with Learning and Behavior Challenges
  • Reading: Past, Present and Future
  •  Diagnosis, Assessment and Remedial Reading Techniques
  •  Word Study and Vocabulary Development
  •  Literacy Coaching

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