Be an effective teacher. Earn your Master of Science in Education with a major in Educational Development and Strategies.
Proven classroom strategies are blended with educational theory and research to give practicing teachers like you the skills needed to improve student performance. Learn practical skills with immediate career application. Courses address classroom management, assessment practices, technology, and psychological, social and comparative foundations.
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Why Study Educational Development and Strategies at Wilkes?
Your skills as an educator are critical in serving the needs of your students as well as reaching your career goals. By earning your master’s degree in educational development and strategies, you’ll gain valuable insights into better classroom management, the latest assessment practices, and how to best leverage technology in your classroom. This program is offered in partnership with PLS 3rd Performance Learning Systems and delivers practical skills with immediate career application.
What Will You learn as an Educational Development and Strategies Student?
- You’ll learn how to implement strategies to guide instruction for learning to achieve established learning goals.
- You’ll be able to apply differentiated instruction techniques and strategies to create learner-centered classrooms and lessons for diverse populations.
- You’ll discuss current, validated research underlying the theory, principles, and practices of the course content and apply them to your own instructional area.
- You’ll discover how to model and directly teach communication skills that build rapport with your community of learners.