Online Learning Opportunities
Become a teacher leader and impact student learning
Designed for working teachers, the M.Ed. in Teaching is designed for certified teachers who wish to impact more than just the classroom and provides strategies for evaluating and solving educational challenges on the district, school and individual student levels. This online M.Ed. is structured to fit the process for National Board Certification and allows you to become an influential teacher leader through nationally recognized curriculum and training.
Expand beyond the classroom - Earn your online Master in Educational Administration
The M.Ed. in Educational Administration is designed for certified teachers who aspire to move from the classroom, into principal or administrative positions, and make an even greater difference for their students, schools and communities. This online M.Ed. focuses on the theoretical and practical aspects of principalship and administration necessary to advance into leadership positions. Courses are taught by professors who area accomplished in their prior roles as superintendents, principals and high-level administrators. Each one is committed to teaching you the leadership methods they helped to develop.Prepares curriculum practitioners for university professorships, district-level curriculum administration, and school-level instructional and leadership positions
The Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with emphasis in curriculum studies stresses the importance of core and diverse curriculum issues and prepares comprehensive curriculum practitioners for university professorships, district-level curriculum administration, and school-level instructional and leadership positions. The program emphasizes concerns for equity and social justice, self-knowledge, cultural issues, and human growth and development through a praxiological (theory/practice) approach to diversity education. The program provides an in-depth understanding of the history, concepts, current techniques, strategies, and issues of diversity in school, institutional, and community settings and facilitates self-reflection for engaging in diversity education.Preview the Anderson School District One employee information portal link for more information and to start your application process: http://www.apdegree.com/AndersonOneContact Greg Holland with anyquestions regarding information for these programs.Phone – 803-550-9158