Master of Education - Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
Learn How to Develop Better Curriculum and Improve Your Instruction and Assessment Skills with a Master's in Education
Strayer University’s Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment degree is valuable for any educator looking to further his or her goals in a career in education.
For K-12 teachers, earning a master’s in education may lead to a pay raise or promotion opportunity (department chair or faculty mentor). For those who want to teach in higher education, holding a graduate degree is a requirement. For all who work to educate children and adults, earning a master’s degree in education offers the opportunity to hone skills, stay current on the latest trends in the field, and serve students more effectively.
Strayer University's Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree with a concentration in Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment* is valuable for any educator looking to further his or her goals in a career in education. Improve your ability to foster student success. Learn the latest theories, methods, and technologies. Sharpen your skills for facilitating learning, promoting student achievement, developing and implementing curricula, and conducting meaningful educational assessments.
Online classes and on-campus coursework is designed for practicing educators who wish to expand their competencies or advance to leadership positions.
Completion of Strayer University’s Master of Education program does not guarantee a student has met the requirements to apply for public school teacher or administrator licensure in any state, nor that a student will be eligible for pay raises, promotions or other job-related benefits. Students pursuing teacher or school administrator certifications in the public school system should contact their respective state offices of education as well as local school district to confirm educational requirements before beginning the program.
Key Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate and promote multiethnic and multicultural awareness and appreciation in K-12 instructional methods, program curricula, and assessment practices.
- Develop, implement, and evaluate curricula for use in multiple educational settings.
- Identify appropriate technology applications and develop technological skills for K-12 instruction, curriculum development, and assessment.
- Apply research, critical thinking, and communication skills to obtain, analyze, synthesize, evaluate, and present scholarship related to K-12 curricula, instruction, and assessment.
- Apply oral and written communication skills to deliver K-12 instruction, develop and implement program curricula, and obtain and present assessment data.
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