Master of Science in International Teaching and Learning (EDITL)
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Master of Science in International Teaching and Learning
This 30-credit Master of Science degree provides a comprehensive study of Teaching and Learning to international educators and school community members. The program focuses on the various foundations of education, as well as introducing cultural agility and educational technology. The customizable coursework allows for a variety of program strands based on the unique needs of international schools throughout the world. Selection and sequencing of courses will be guided by the department chair and faculty at Wilkes in collaboration with the school head and cohort members to address the educational needs and the backgrounds of the cohort members.
ED 508 Intercultural Communication
ED 520 Using Assessment to Guide Instruction
ED 522 Curriculum and Instruction
ED 525 Introduction to Educational Research
ED 539 Advanced Studies in Teaching and Learning (Capstone)
Area I: Foundations of Education (6-9 credits)
ED 510 Psychological Foundations of Education
ED 511 Philosophical Foundations of Education
ED 512 Social Foundations of Education
ED 513 Comparative Foundations of Education
ED 515 Cognition
Area II Educational Technology (6-9 credits)
ED 526 Internet Literacy for Educators
ED 530 Utilizing Emerging Technologies to Improve Instruction
ED 585 Integrating Technology into the Curriculum
ED 587 Technology Leadership
ED 5080 Technology for Assessment and Adaptation
Download a checklist to keep track of the courses you have taken.
This cohort-based program combines an on-site low-residency model with online coursework to create a unique hybrid graduate program. The residencies are offered at host international schools and occur once each semester, fall and spring, with a total of four throughout the program. Each non-residency course runs for one semester completely online, offered concurrently with one residency course in a hybrid format. Face-to-face instruction for hybrid courses occurs one weekend and several evenings each semester. This format allows students and instructors to reap the benefits of a face-to-face relationship while completing online course components.
How to Partner
Schools interested in partnering with Wilkes University can complete our partner development form or contact us directly.
For information on the academic program, please contact:
Dr. Mary Kropiewnicki
Chair, Department of Educational Leadership
Associate Professor of Education