Center for Learning Enhancement, Assessment, and Redesign (CLEAR)

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The Online Teacher Certification provides education professionals with broad exposure to skills necessary for administrative management positions in educational organizations (schools, districts, colleges, and non-profit organizations).  This knowledge is essential for examining successful programs and interventions, and identifying areas for growth and development.  It provides you the opportunity to gain the broader, more general perspective necessary for promotion to administrative positions or advanced study in education. The M.Ed. in Educational Psychology with a concentration in Research and Evaluation consists of:

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NOTE: Background courses may be required if your undergraduate degree did not prepare you for current master level courses. Background courses are assessed on an as-needed basis after evaluation of undergraduate transcripts.
 

Post-Baccalaureate Certification
Secondary Education Grade  4-8
Course Requirements for Certificate (18 hours)

EDCI 5010 (3 hours) Everyone Can Learn: Applying Theory to Teaching Practice
EDSE 5004 (3 hours) Literacy for All
EDCI 5030 (3 hours) Maintaining Classroom Discipline
EDEE 5860 (3 hours) Instructional Methodologies in Mathematics and Science

EDEE 5105 (3 hours)  Internship  and  EDEE 5115 (3 hours) Internship
or
EDEE 5103 (3 hours) Student Teaching  and  EDEE 5104 (3 hours) Student Teaching

 

Post-Baccalaureate Certification
Secondary Education Grade  7-12
Course Requirements for Certificate (18 hours)

EDCI 5010 (3 hours) Everyone Can Learn: Applying Theory to Teaching Practice
EDSE 5004 (3 hours) Literacy for All
EDCI 5020 (3 hours) The Multicultural Curriculum
EDCI 5030 (3 hours) Maintaining Classroom Discipline

EDSE 5105 (3 hours) Internship  and  EDSE 5115 (3 hours) Internship
or
EDSE 5108 (3 hours) Student Teaching  and  EDSE 5118 (3 hours) Student Teaching