[[Master of Education (M.Ed.)]] The Master of Education program is designed to provide the academic foundations and depth students need to advance in their career within the education community, take on leadership roles within the profession, and make significant contributions to the future of children, youth, and families. This Master of Education Program is designed for teachers who already have an endorsement or other professional educators, and does not include teacher certification.
In the Master of Education program, you are encouraged to think deeply about the complex nature of education. You should be committed to energizing your teaching and to building collegial relationships with other professionals who share common goals, commitments, and professional questions. You should also be committed to growing in the skills of writing, critical thinking, and collaborative learning.
Program faculty members have outstanding expertise, a commitment to instructional excellence, and a dedication to meeting students' academic and professional aspirations. Our enduring commitment is to support academic growth and professional development as you complete your degree.
[[Program Curriculum M.Ed.]] [[Core Courses]] The program generally begins with three core courses. These courses focus on: - Examination of research methodologies and the generation of research questions. - The use of multicultural education as a theoretical foundation for examining the ways in which students' biographical journeys, values, and beliefs influence the questions they raise and the framing of those questions. - Organizational change and school reform as well as the responsibilities of professional leadership related to educational change.
[[Individual Program Of Study]] In addition to the core courses, you may choose elective courses under the guidance of your faculty advisor. These may be selected from M.Ed. courses, or you may elect to take appropriate courses in other academic programs such as the UW Bothell Master of Arts in Policy Studies. Up to twelve credits of graduate-level coursework may be taken at the University of Washington Seattle.
[[Completion Dossier]] Completion Dossier The M.Ed. Completion Dossier provides an opportunity for candidates to demonstrate comprehensive knowledge, skills and dispositions associated with the program's overall goals for academic learning and improvement of professional practice in education. The Completion Dossier ensures breadth of academic work and application of knowledge in each candidate's work toward the M.Ed. degree, guided by the Education Program's goals for the degree
Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution; AND 3.0 GPA in the last 90 quarter credits or 60 semester credits of graded upper-division coursework. For more information see http://www.bothell.washington.edu/med/application
Recipient: University of Washington Bothell
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