The Master of Science in Education with a major in Educational Development and Strategies International program is designed to meet the needs of practicing teachers, abroad, by combining effective teaching practices with theory and research. In this program, teachers will learn new skillsthat can be immediately implemented in their classroom.The Educational Development and Strategies International master’s degree is offered in hybrid format, blending online and face-to face learning.
Program Learning Outcomes:
Students will be able to implement strategies to guide instruction for learning to achieve established learning goals
Students will be able to apply differentiated instructiontechniques and strategies to create learner centered classrooms and lessons for diverse populations.
Students will be able to discuss current, validated research underlying the theory, principles, and practicesof the course content and apply them to his/her own instructional setting and content area.
Students will be able to model and directly teach communication skills that build rapport with the community of learners.
The requirements for this 30-credit degree are:
Wilkes Core Courses:
(Five required: one in hybrid format during initial onsite component; remaining four in online format)