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Ed.S. in Curriculum & Instruction / Middle-Grades Education
Liberty University’s online Education Specialist in Curriculum & Instruction – Middle-Grades Education program prepares you to teach in a variety of settings, including special education, general education, and community classrooms. You will explore research and instructional approaches for managing student behaviors with an emphasis on individualized, classroom, and school-wide behavior support.
This program will increase your ability to effectively assess teaching strategies through individualized and collaborative professional development opportunities. You will learn about curriculum development, usage, and evaluation. Additionally, you will analyze various school processes and teacher interactions with middle school students and families, giving special attention to preadolescent physical, social, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual development.
Master's degree in education (or a related field) with a 3.0 GPA from an institution that is accredited by an agency that is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Applicants with a non-educational master’s degree may be required to complete M.Ed. core courses (up to 12 additional hours) before taking any post-graduate coursework.
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