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University of Holy Cross M.Ed. in Teaching and Learning
University of Holy Cross

M.Ed. in Teaching and Learning

New Orleans, USA

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Sep 2024

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Introduction

The University of Holy Cross now offers tuition discounts of 50 percent to classroom teachers pursuing a Master's Degree in Teaching and Learning.

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  • MED Teaching and Learning ESL Concentration Curriculum Guide
  • MED Teaching and Learning Reading Specialist Concentration Curriculum Guide
  • MED Teaching and Learning Reading Specialist Add-On Curriculum Guide
  • MED Teaching and Learning Instructional Leadership Concentration Curriculum Guide
  • MED Teaching and Learning Religious Education Concentration Curriculum Guide
  • MED Teaching and Learning Special Education Concentration Curriculum Guide
  • MED Teaching and Learning Educational Diagnostician Concentration Curriculum Guide
  • MED Teaching and Learning Educational Diagnostician Add-On Curriculum Guide

Upon being accepted to the program, graduate candidates will have an option to choose one of the following six concentrations:

  • ESL (online option)
  • Instructional Leadership
  • Reading Specialist (online option)
  • Religious Education
  • Special Education
  • Educational Diagnostician

*Candidates will also have the option of applying for additional add-on certification with the LDOE upon completion of the program, depending upon specific state requirements, (ESL, Mild/Moderate, Reading Specialist, Educational Diagnostician, or Educational Leader add-on certificate)

Additionally, all graduate candidates will take courses focusing on high-need areas of professional development, including but not limited to:

  • Differentiated instruction
  • Teaching in a multicultural classroom
  • Instructional supervision
  • Literacy across the content areas

Upon completion of the M.Ed. in Teaching and Learning program, graduate candidates will have met the following student learning outcomes:

1. Practice professional teaching skills within the scope of a multicultural and changing society;

2. Synthesize theoretical and empirical knowledge in the field of education;

3. Demonstrate the ability to engage in critical thinking, decision making, and independent judgment;

4. Conduct and evaluate research in education and its related disciplines for its applicability to educational theory and practice;

5. Practice leadership skills in collaboration with members of the education profession;

6. Demonstrate the advocacy role within the department’s conceptual framework for the uniqueness, dignity, and worth of the students and others;

7. Accept individual responsibility and accountability for personal and professional growth, decisions, actions, and their outcomes;

8. Formulate strategies for the improvement of learning; and

9. Contribute to effecting change in the educational profession through actions as a classroom teacher

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