[[Master's Program in Teaching and Curriculum (General)]] The Warner School offers a master’s program in education for those interesting in issues of teaching and learning, but who are not interested in pursuing teaching certification. Teaching and learning happen in many places besides U.S. schools – in community agencies, churches, museums,industry, schools abroad, arts organizations, camps and a wide variety of other institutions. These organizations play an integral role in helping children and adults develop a life-long commitment to learning. Professionals in these organizations often turn to the Warner School to advance their understanding of their work and obtain professional credentials through a master’s degree. This program may also be appropriate for private-school teachers and foreign students for whom the requirements for New York State teaching certification do not apply.
The program allows students maximum flexibility in designing an individual course of study, as there are a minimum number of required courses. Students in the program are required to identify an area of specialization (such as environmental, diversity, or arts education) and complete courses or independent study relevant to the specialization.
- MS - Teaching & Curriculum (TC1) https://www.warner.rochester.edu/programs/program/TC1
[[Teaching]] No doubt you had a teacher who took a genuine interest, who really opened your eyes to the possibilities. You can become that teacher: The one who creates a classroom where spirits soar and success is the expectation. At Warner, you’ll grow into a thoughtful practitioner with a deep understanding of your subject and the best way to teach it. You will develop an approach that is grounded in current research and authentic practices, that promotes social justice and supports students’ growth and development. And you’ll do it quicker. A teaching degree from the Warner School can be completed in just 15 months. (Most take two years.) Classes begin in May, right after graduation, and run through the following August. And since New York has some of the toughest certifications around, you can take what you’ve learned just about anywhere.
Recipient: University of Rochester
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