Teaching & Learning
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Master of Education in Teaching & Learning
Program Learning Outcomes
Students graduating with an M.Ed. in Teaching and Learning will be able to:
- Demonstrate advanced content and pedagogical knowledge for teaching.
- Use research to inform professional practice.
- Explain the role of social justice in education and present knowledge, skills, and dispositions one needs to make change that supports social justice in education.
- Demonstrate leadership and facilitation skills for the professional context.
- Translate educational theories into culturally responsive practice.
For undergraduate advising, contact the School of Education Student Services at 907-786-4401 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For graduate advising, contact the School of Education Graduate Studies Department at 907-786-4450.
Enrolled students can go to DegreeWorks to view degree progress 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Teaching and Learning Faculty
|Name||Title||Program/Department||UA Email Address||Phone||Office|
|Tim Jester, Ed.D||Associate Professor||Elementary Education & MEdemail@example.com||907-786-1666||PSB 224D|
|Ed McLain, Ed.D||Associate Professor||Graduate Studies & MEdfirstname.lastname@example.org||907-952-8940||PSB 222A|