Grand Canyon University

Master of Education in Elementary Education - Does not lead to initial licensure (Online)

Master of Education in Elementary Education (Does not lead to initial teacher licensure). This current and comprehensive degree program is designed for any individual interested in the education of children in the Grades K–8 setting,but who must postpone student teaching,or who does not choose to seek a teaching certificate. Courses in this state and regionally accredited program are taught by experts in their respective fields who share knowledge and experience in areas of educational psychology,reading strategies,teaching methods,and curriculum development. The program covers a range of relevant subjects,including classroom engagement and management,learners with diverse needs,and curriculum planning and assessment for the fundamental K–8 areas of learning. Opportunities are provided to apply concepts,theories,and research throughout the program. Assignments within each course guide students through observational and practice-based experiences. Participants must have access to a K–8 classroom to complete the program assignments. Graduates of this program are prepared to become informed and effective educators in the home,church,private schools,and other settings not requiring a teaching credential. Participants are also prepared to move into a student teaching/credentialing component with Grand Canyon University should they wish to change to the Eligible version of the program prior to the posting of their degree.

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