Transformative Teaching - MEd Concentration
This online master's in education program provides PreK-12 educators with the opportunity to reinvigorate their teaching practices, create empowering learning environments, and become informed advocates for antiracist policies and practices as transformative leaders in their schools.
Through collaboration, leadership, and action research, participants will discover new ways to think, to act, and to impact teaching, learning, and social justice.
The cohort model provides a set sequence of integrated courses that offers a seamless graduate experience. There are both asynchronous and synchronous online elements in this program.
Required Courses – Year 1
- EDUC 647: Critical Reflective Practice (1.5 credit hours, Summer 1)
- EDUC 649: Critical Dialogue in Education (1.5 credit hours, Summer 1)
- EDUC 651: Critical Theories and Pedagogies (3 credits) (Fall 1)
- EDUC 653: Technology and Learning (3 credits) (Fall 1)
- EDUC 655: Teacher Research Methods (3 credits) (Spring 1)
- EDUC 657: Teaching for Democracy and Social Justice (3 credits) (Spring 1)
Required Courses – Year 2
- EDUC 659: Teacher Leadership (1.5 credit hours, Summer 2)
- EDUC 661: Teacher Empowerment and Policy (1.5 credit hours, Summer 2)
- EDUC 663: Culturally Relevant Pedagogy (3 credits) (Fall 2)
- EDUC 665: Teacher Inquiry in Practice I (3 credits) (Fall 2)
- EDUC 667: Teacher Inquiry in Practice II (3 credits) (Spring 2)
- EDUC 669: Teaching and Learning in Practice (3 credits) (Spring 2)