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Alabama State University The Harold Lloyd Murphy Graduate School

The College of Education (COE) seeks to prepare teachers, instructional support personnel and other professionals to be decision makers who are equipped with the knowledg ... [+]

The College of Education (COE) seeks to prepare teachers, instructional support personnel and other professionals to be decision makers who are equipped with the knowledge, skills and dispositions necessary to ethically and effectively integrate theory and practice their professions.

The Ed.S. degree is offered in the areas of early childhood education, elementary education, instructional leadership, library education media, reading, school and clinical mental health counseling, and social studies/secondary education (subject areas in which the master’s degree was earned).

These professionals will possess the understanding of our diverse culture, the technological capabilities, the intellectual rigor and the critical thinking and problem-solving skills required to make informed and responsible decisions, to engage in reflective assessment, to implement positive change and to pursue learning as a lifetime endeavor. As an integral part of the University, the COE is committed to serving the communities in Alabama through its educational programs and related activities. As it works to carry out its mission, the COE ensures that initial and advanced programs for the preparation of teachers and other professional education personnel are aligned with the expectations of national, state, professional and institutional standards.... [-]

USA Montgomery
August 2019
Full time
Campus
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Alabama State University The Harold Lloyd Murphy Graduate School

The College of Education (COE) seeks to prepare teachers, instructional support personnel and other professionals to be decision makers who are equipped with the knowledg ... [+]

The College of Education (COE) seeks to prepare teachers, instructional support personnel and other professionals to be decision makers who are equipped with the knowledge, skills and dispositions necessary to ethically and effectively integrate theory and practice their professions.

The Ed.S. degree is offered in the areas of early childhood education, elementary education, instructional leadership, library education media, reading, school and clinical mental health counseling, and mathematics/secondary education (subject areas in which the master’s degree was earned).

These professionals will possess the understanding of our diverse culture, the technological capabilities, the intellectual rigor and the critical thinking and problem-solving skills required to make informed and responsible decisions, to engage in reflective assessment, to implement positive change and to pursue learning as a lifetime endeavor. As an integral part of the University, the COE is committed to serving the communities in Alabama through its educational programs and related activities. As it works to carry out its mission, the COE ensures that initial and advanced programs for the preparation of teachers and other professional education personnel are aligned with the expectations of national, state, professional and institutional standards.... [-]

USA Montgomery
August 2019
Full time
Campus
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Alabama State University The Harold Lloyd Murphy Graduate School

The Educational Specialist in Instructional Leadership at Alabama State University builds on the knowledge and abilities developed at the Class A (Master’s degree) level. ... [+]

The Educational Specialist in Instructional Leadership at Alabama State University builds on the knowledge and abilities developed at the Class A (Master’s degree) level. Candidates will use their skills to create and practice successful instructional leadership. Program emphasis will be placed on the development of shared leadership practices with stakeholders in improving student achievement, especially parents and teachers. Any questions regarding the Instructional Leadership Program should be directed to the Chairperson of Instructional Support Programs (334) 229-6829. Application forms can be downloaded online and should be completed and returned to The Murphy Graduate School. Prior to an applicant being fully admitted to the program, he or she must complete a portfolio and an interview.... [-]

USA Montgomery
August 2019
Full time
Campus
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Alabama State University The Harold Lloyd Murphy Graduate School

The College of Education (COE) seeks to prepare teachers, instructional support personnel and other professionals to be decision makers who are equipped with the knowledg ... [+]

The College of Education (COE) seeks to prepare teachers, instructional support personnel and other professionals to be decision makers who are equipped with the knowledge, skills and dispositions necessary to ethically and effectively integrate theory and practice their professions.

The Ed.S. degree is offered in the areas of early childhood education, elementary education, instructional leadership, library education media, reading, school and clinical mental health counseling, and history/secondary education (subject areas in which the master’s degree was earned).

These professionals will possess the understanding of our diverse culture, the technological capabilities, the intellectual rigor and the critical thinking and problem-solving skills required to make informed and responsible decisions, to engage in reflective assessment, to implement positive change and to pursue learning as a lifetime endeavor. As an integral part of the University, the COE is committed to serving the communities in Alabama through its educational programs and related activities. As it works to carry out its mission, the COE ensures that initial and advanced programs for the preparation of teachers and other professional education personnel are aligned with the expectations of national, state, professional and institutional standards.... [-]

USA Montgomery
August 2019
Full time
Campus
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Alabama State University The Harold Lloyd Murphy Graduate School

The College of Education (COE) seeks to prepare teachers, instructional support personnel and other professionals to be decision makers who are equipped with the knowledg ... [+]

The College of Education (COE) seeks to prepare teachers, instructional support personnel and other professionals to be decision makers who are equipped with the knowledge, skills and dispositions necessary to ethically and effectively integrate theory and practice their professions. The Ed.S. degree is offered in the areas of early childhood education, elementary education, instructional leadership, library education media, reading, school and clinical mental health counseling, and secondary education (subject areas in which the master’s degree was earned). These professionals will possess the understanding of our diverse culture, the technological capabilities, the intellectual rigor and the critical thinking and problem-solving skills required to make informed and responsible decisions, to engage in reflective assessment, to implement positive change and to pursue learning as a lifetime endeavor. As an integral part of the University, the COE is committed to serving the communities in Alabama through its educational programs and related activities. As it works to carry out its mission, the COE ensures that initial and advanced programs for the preparation of teachers and other professional education personnel are aligned with the expectations of national, state, professional and institutional standards. In addition to being formally admitted to The Harold Lloyd Murphy Graduate School, all applicants to traditional teacher education or instructional leadership programs (M.Ed., AA, Ed.S.) must provide the following information to the Graduate School Dean: 1. A copy of the applicant’s valid teaching certificate (B for master’s, A for AA) with proper endorsement; 2. An evaluation of teaching effectiveness; and 3. Verification of... [-]

USA Montgomery
August 2019
Full time
Campus
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Alabama State University The Harold Lloyd Murphy Graduate School

The College of Education (COE) seeks to prepare teachers, instructional support personnel and other professionals to be decision makers who are equipped with the knowledg ... [+]

The College of Education (COE) seeks to prepare teachers, instructional support personnel and other professionals to be decision makers who are equipped with the knowledge, skills and dispositions necessary to ethically and effectively integrate theory and practice their professions. The Ed.S. degree is offered in the areas of early childhood education, elementary education, instructional leadership, library education media, reading, school and clinical mental health counseling, and secondary education (subject areas in which the master’s degree was earned). These professionals will possess the understanding of our diverse culture, the technological capabilities, the intellectual rigor and the critical thinking and problem-solving skills required to make informed and responsible decisions, to engage in reflective assessment, to implement positive change and to pursue learning as a lifetime endeavor. As an integral part of the University, the COE is committed to serving the communities in Alabama through its educational programs and related activities. As it works to carry out its mission, the COE ensures that initial and advanced programs for the preparation of teachers and other professional education personnel are aligned with the expectations of national, state, professional and institutional standards. In addition to being formally admitted to The Harold Lloyd Murphy Graduate School, all applicants to traditional teacher education or instructional leadership programs (M.Ed., AA, Ed.S.) must provide the following information to the Graduate School Dean: 1. A copy of the applicant’s valid teaching certificate (B for master’s, A for AA) with proper endorsement; 2. An evaluation of teaching effectiveness; and 3. Verification of... [-]

USA Montgomery
August 2019
Full time
Campus
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Alabama State University The Harold Lloyd Murphy Graduate School

The College of Education (COE) seeks to prepare teachers, instructional support personnel and other professionals to be decision makers who are equipped with the knowledg ... [+]

The College of Education (COE) seeks to prepare teachers, instructional support personnel and other professionals to be decision makers who are equipped with the knowledge, skills and dispositions necessary to ethically and effectively integrate theory and practice their professions. These professionals will possess the understanding of our diverse culture, the technological capabilities, the intellectual rigor and the critical thinking and problem-solving skills required to make informed and responsible decisions, to engage in reflective assessment, to implement positive change and to pursue learning as a lifetime endeavor. As an integral part of the University, the COE is committed to serving the communities in Alabama through its educational programs and related activities. As it works to carry out its mission, the COE ensures that initial and advanced programs for the preparation of teachers and other professional education personnel are aligned with the expectations of national, state, professional and institutional standards. In addition to being formally admitted to The Harold Lloyd Murphy Graduate School, all applicants to traditional teacher education or instructional leadership programs (M.Ed., AA, Ed.S.) must provide the following information to the Graduate School Dean: 1. A copy of the applicant’s valid teaching certificate (B for master’s, A for AA) with proper endorsement; 2. An evaluation of teaching effectiveness; and 3. Verification of experience (using SDE Form EXP). NOTE: The State Department of Education requires that individuals enrolled in graduate education programs have a minimum number of years of teaching or successful professional experience:... [-]

USA Montgomery
August 2019
Full time
Campus
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Alabama State University The Harold Lloyd Murphy Graduate School

The AA in Teacher Leadership program creates teachers who will become change agents who positively affect their classrooms, schools, communities, and school districts as ... [+]

The AA in Teacher Leadership program creates teachers who will become change agents who positively affect their classrooms, schools, communities, and school districts as well as the national conversation about educational change. Specifically, the program is for teachers who will remain in their classrooms while assuming leadership roles in the schools and in the larger context of the school community. The program is developed around a set of academic and field experiences that provide knowledge and skills for leadership in collaboration, writing for change, reflective thinking, problem solving, and the advocacy of excellence in education.

The Teacher Leadership program is designed for teachers who desire to develop their leadership skills and who wish to remain in the classroom. The program approaches leadership from the perspectives of exemplary teaching, continuous learning for all, a need to balance change with stability and the importance of peaceful existence in a diverse community of learners. To that end, teachers will enhance their abilities to lead not only in their classrooms, but also in the school at large by working with curriculum, becoming mentor/master teachers, developing new programs, and through a variety of other activities that improve schooling for all children.... [-]

USA Montgomery
August 2019
Full time
Campus
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Alabama State University The Harold Lloyd Murphy Graduate School

The Educational Specialist in School Counseling Program is a 33-36 semester hour program. The program includes one to two internships (300-600 clinical hours) at local el ... [+]

The mission of the Counselor Education Program at Alabama State University is to prepare graduates who will perform as professional counselors in schools and community agencies. The program provides a strong framework in counseling theories and techniques, as well as “hands-on” practicum and internship experiences. Graduates are expected to exhibit high levels of self-awareness; ethical behavior; knowledge of adaptive and maladaptive thought processes and behaviors; skills to effect positive client behavior changes; and the personal characteristics of caring, empathic helpers. The Educational Specialist in School Counseling Program is a 33-36 semester hour program. The program includes one to two internships (300-600 clinical hours) at local elementary, middle, and high schools. Our graduates are trained in advocacy, accountability, evidence-based practices, supervision, and research.... [-]

USA Montgomery
August 2019
Full time
Campus
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Alabama State University The Harold Lloyd Murphy Graduate School

Candidates for the AA Level, Ed.S in Library Education Media, come from various school library settings-- rural, urban and suburban. The AA candidates represent diverse e ... [+]

Candidates for the AA Level, Ed.S in Library Education Media, come from various school library settings-- rural, urban and suburban. The AA candidates represent diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds. They bring to the course of study their expertise in the areas of collection development, curriculum support, technology integration, peer collaboration, media management, and legal issues. During the course of their professional studies, candidates engage in courses that enrich their research skills, assist in refining curriculum connections between the media center and the classroom, allow them to focus attention on legal issues related to school media programs, and foster growth in content areas. The required LEM courses engage candidates in reflective thinking as they discuss topics, engage in research, and design materials that demonstrate they are decision-makers. Candidates for the Ed. S. in Library Education Media may pursue one of two options: Thesis Option: In lieu of an internship, AA level candidates are required to participate in field-based action research. Education Specialists must complete two semesters of thesis research. The thesis must focus on a topic that promotes action in the area of the P-12 media center. It is a formal process that includes permission from the University Office of Institutional Research, a thesis committee, and a thesis oral defense. All candidates at the AA level must take a comprehensive exam after completing course requirements. Non-thesis Option: In lieu of an internship, AA level candidates are required to participate in field-based action research. This option requires the completion of two semesters... [-]

USA Montgomery
August 2019
Full time
Part time
Online
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University of Central Arkansas

Masters of Advanced Studies in Teacher Leadership (30 Graduate Semester Hours) The Masters of Advanced Studies in Teacher Leadership (ASTL) is a 30 graduate hour program ... [+]

Gifted and Talented Education Program

All Gifted and Talented Education courses are online, except GATE 6391 Advanced Practicum in Gifted Education (Summer and Fall Sessions). The summer session will meet four days during the STEMulate Academy at UCA and the fall session will meet on four Saturdays.

Those pursuing GATE as part of ASTL, SPED, Educational Specialist, or PhD in Leadership degrees should see those program webpages for their specific face-to-face requirements.

Gifted Course as an Elective

Looking for a great elective in your graduate program that will be beneficial to you and the students you teach? All teachers have identified gifted and talented students in their courses and have students that excel in one or more areas. Courses in the GATE program share strategies to engage advanced students in learning across multiple content areas. As an elective in your program of study, we would like to encourage you to consider taking one of the courses from the GATE program. Before enrolling in a course, you need to contact your department chair to ensure the GATE course meets your program’s elective requirements. To take additional GATE courses, you would need to be fully enrolled in the GATE program.... [-]

USA Conway
September 2019
Full time
Part time
15 
Online & Campus Combined
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University of Central Arkansas

The Educational Specialist degree in the Educational Leadership Program (EDLP) reflects the College of Education’s historic mission and commitment to preparing leaders fo ... [+]

General Program Information

The Educational Specialist degree in the Educational Leadership Program (EDLP) reflects the College of Education’s historic mission and commitment to preparing leaders for P-12 schools. The Department of Leadership Studies offers a 30 credit-hour degree program for district-level administrators. The program is performance-based and utilizes a variety of 21st-century technologies, authentic assessments, and personalized internships. The Educational Specialist degree in Educational Leadership (EDLP) includes two general areas of concentration: (1) a PK-12 emphasis in district and school level positions (e.g., superintendent and other central office positions; building administration; curriculum administration; program administrations in adult education, special education, or gifted and talented education; instructional technology; library media and information technologies, etc.); and (2) a post-secondary education emphasis (e.g., student affairs, college administration, or adult education, etc.). An 18-hour Post-Master’s Certificate in District-Level Administration licensure is also available. On-campus requirements for the EDLP program can be found on the Program of Study linked here.... [-]

USA Conway
September 2019
Full time
Part time
30 - 34 
Campus
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University of Central Arkansas

Masters of Advanced Studies in Teacher Leadership (30 Graduate Semester Hours) The Masters of Advanced Studies in Teacher Leadership (ASTL) is a 30 graduate hour program ... [+]

Gifted and Talented Education Program All Gifted and Talented Education courses are online, except GATE 6391 Advanced Practicum in Gifted Education (Summer and Fall Sessions). The summer session will meet four days during the STEMulate Academy at UCA and the fall session will meet on four Saturdays.

Those pursuing GATE as part of ASTL, SPED, Educational Specialist, or PhD in Leadership degrees should see those program webpages for their specific face-to-face requirements.

Gifted Course as an Elective Looking for a great elective in your graduate program that will be beneficial to you and the students you teach? All teachers have identified gifted and talented students in their courses and have students that excel in one or more areas. Courses in the GATE program share strategies to engage advanced students in learning across multiple content areas. As an elective in your program of study, we would like to encourage you to consider taking one of the courses from the GATE program. Before enrolling in a course, you need to contact your department chair to ensure the GATE course meets your program’s elective requirements. To take additional GATE courses, you would need to be fully enrolled in the GATE program. ... [-]
USA Conway
September 2019
Full time
Part time
15 
Campus
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Virginia International University

The Graduate Certificate in TESOL program prepares future graduates for the world of work as language teaching specialists in the field of English language teaching. Grad ... [+]

Program Highlights

Have you always dreamed of exploring and experiencing other cultures and countries? Do you want to travel abroad to teach English in the US and many other countries of the world? Do you want to be successful and make your dreams reality?

The Graduate Certificate in TESOL program prepares future graduates for the world of work as language teaching specialists in the field of English language teaching. Graduates of the TESOL program are qualified to work in many different educational environments both in the US and abroad.

The program seeks to be a pioneer in the field of language teaching by building a curriculum that includes the recommendations from employers in the community during the creation and development of new courses overall goals. This provides graduates with a needed edge in their job search, as the curriculum is focused on providing employers what they are looking for in current and future candidates.... [-]

USA Fairfax
August 2019
Full time
Online & Campus Combined
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UMaineOnline (University of Maine)

Each year, two key insights of the National Writing Project are enacted in the annual institute of the Maine Writing Project — a six-credit course sequence at UMaine. ... [+]

General Overview Teacher – Consultant in Writing Certificate

The importance of high-quality teachers in every classroom is a recognized priority in American education. The teaching of writing, in particular, has been identified as a high-profile concern in our schools and colleges. The National Writing Project was founded in 1974, and the University of Maine (UMaine) became a site of the National Writing Project in 1997. Since that time, both organizations have come to be identified not just with quality writing instruction, but also with developing professional development leaders for writing and literacy generally in their own schools and at the state and national level.

Each year, two key insights of the National Writing Project are enacted in the annual institute of the Maine Writing Project — a six-credit course sequence at UMaine. First, effective professional development programs provide frequent and ongoing opportunities for teachers to write as well as to examine literacy theory and teaching practice together. Second, teachers who are well informed and effective in their practice can be successful teachers of other teachers as well as partners in educational research, development, and implementation. Collectively, teacher-leaders are our greatest resource for educational reform. This teacher-led approach to professional development has been shown to be effective at achieving long-term, systemic improvement. Accordingly, there is value to participants, administrators, and communities at every level in a certificate that recognizes those who have completed the full, twelve-credit complement of courses within the writing project program at the University of Maine.... [-]

USA Orono
September 2019
Full time
Part time
Online & Campus Combined
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