Master of Education
The Master's of Education at Colorado State University-Pueblo is planned to impact the quality of teaching and learning in K-12 classrooms by preparing master teachers with expertise in their content disciplines, in the pedagogy of teaching and learning, and in the process of continual professional development and growth. To ensure graduates' application of new knowledge and skills, Colorado State University-Pueblo's program requires application of new knowledge and skills throughout the program and utilizes an assessment model that monitors teacher performance and provides information for ongoing program improvement.
The Master's of Education degree is built on research on teacher change and is designed to prepare teachers to lead school reform, requiring completion of an emphasis area of their choice; of a core of pedagogy courses focusing on literacy, instructional technology , and differentiation of instruction; and of a core of courses focusing on professional growth. The National Board standards and certification process form the heart of the Master's of Education core and assessment process. A unique characteristic of the degree is the collaboration of faculty in teacher education and in content disciplines at the University in the design and implementation of the program.
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