Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction - Teacher Leadership for School Improvement
University of Florida
The University of Florida’s Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction, focusing on Teacher Leadership for School Improvement (TLSI), is a program that is delivered through the university’s College of Education, and administered under the School of Teaching and Learning and the Center for School Improvement. The TLSI program is designed to engage teachers in the area of instructional and school improvements, as teachers learn new strategies, implement them in the classroom with guided assistance, collect evidence of student learning, and then reflect on and adjust their teaching practices. The TLSI course of study is intended to be practical, while helping students develop new knowledge and skills.
The core curriculum for the M.Ed. in TLSI degree consists of 36 credits, or 12 courses, and takes approximately two years to complete. Some of these courses are required of all students, and the remainder of the courses are specialized electives which students may select based on their personal interests and professional goals. Some of the required courses that students will take through this program span the topics of Guided Teacher Inquiry, Transforming the Curriculum, Culturally Responsive Classroom Management, and Meeting the Educational Needs of Students Living in Poverty. Some of the elective courses discuss subjects such as Diagnosis of Reading Difficulties, Teaching Media Literacy with the Internet, Education and American Culture, and Teaching Digital Storytelling. Graduates of this program should possess knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in this meaningful field.
Degree Level: Master
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
Bachelor's degree; GRE Required; Must be a practicing teacher to apply
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