Master's in Education Courses
In our M.Ed. program, you will learn how to apply the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework to proactively design capacity-building learning experiences. Within UDL, learner variability, whether visible or invisible, is seen as an asset. Based in cognitive neuroscience, UDL focuses on designing with variability in mind and removing barriers to learning by frontloading flexible options for engaging learners, teaching important concepts, and building goal-directed learners. In your coursework, you will experience the UDL framework firsthand as program faculty model the principles and actively engage you in applying UDL in your own practice.
M.Ed. program curriculum
|LUE 601||Social Foundations of Education||3|
|LUE 605||Contemporary Issues in Urban Education||3|
|LUE 610||Teacher Leadership: Theory and Practice||3|
|LUE 615||Curriculum Theory||3|
|LUE 620||Effective Learning Environments||3|
|LUE 625||Classroom-Based Assessment||3|
|LUE 630||Instructional Coaching||3|
|LUE 635||Leading Professional Learning||3|
|LUE 640||Appreciative Inquiry Capstone||6|
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Course sections noted with an 'H' are delivered in a hybrid format (a combination of on-campus and online learning).
Course sections noted with an 'O' are delivered in an online format.
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