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Indiana Wesleyan University


Master of Science in Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction (Online)

The Master of Science in Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction is designed for practicing classroom teachers seeking advanced study in curriculum and instruction. Candidates will complete a 33-credit hour program that is aligned to the National Education Association's Teacher Leader Model standards, and promotes constructivist approaches to teaching and learning, emphasizing teacher leadership and teacher efficacy. Courses are designed to provide participants with methods and materials they can use to help their own students learn, including technology tools. Course instruction is designed to model best practices and procedures in the classroom while helping candidates understand and develop dispositional skills needed to be an effective teacher leader.

This program is open to candidates from all states. It does not lead to subject area licensure in Indiana. Prior to applying, an applicant is responsible for knowing whether or not this program will satisfy regulatory requirements for the state in which he or she may be seeking advanced standing.

This program is generally only offered online, however if there is a sufficient number of candidates in a specific location sponsored by a school or other education institution we may choose to offer the program onsite.

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