M.Ed. Innovative Teaching Practices Track Plan of Study
(32 SH Credits)
The M.Ed. core will provide foundational study and application of concepts in Topics and Trends in Education, Organizational Leadership, Diversity and Societal Change, Grant Writing, Law and Ethics, and Research Methods (General).
M.Ed. Innovative Teaching Practices meets the need of developing leadership to design and shape curriculum, professional development, and instructional improvement. Graduates of this track will be prepared to obtain leadership roles such as Curriculum Coordinator, Instructional Specialist, or the team lead for campus learning communities. Action research projects, such as STEM activities, coding, blended and hybrid learning, will support development and implementation of innovative and highly needed skills directly impacting the P12 classrooms.
M.Ed. Graduate Core (16 SH Credits)
EDUC 507 Research Methods (3 SH Credits)
EDUC 501 Topics and Trends in Education (2 SH Credits)
EDUC 506 Educational Law and Ethics (2 SH Credits)
EDUC 508 Organizational Leadership (3 SH Credits)
EDUC 510 Diversity and Societal Change (3 SH Credits)
EDUC 545 Grant Writing (3 SH Credits)
Innovative Teaching Practices Core (16 SH Credits)
EDUC 521 Robotics and Artificial Intelligences in the K-12 Classroom (3 SH Credits)
EDUC 525 Developing Computational Thinking and Coding in K-12 Clsrm (3 SH Credits)
EDUC 502 Introduction to Blended Learning (2 SH Credits)
EDUC 503 Online K-12 Instructional Methodology (3 SH Credits)
EDUC 504 Lrnng Mgmt Systems, Stdnt Info Systems, and Online Curriculum (2 SH Credits)
EDUC 505 Online Teaching Field Study (3 SH Credits)
Innovative Teaching Practices Track Course Descriptions
(Total 32 SH credits, including the M.Ed. Graduate Core)
Please contact the Division of Education for further information or to ask program admission questions: firstname.lastname@example.org, 701-788-4710.