Updated Master’s Program in Educational Leadership at University of Wisconsin – River Falls

The University of Wisconsin-River Falls is pleased to announce the re-launch of an updated educational leadership master’s program called MSE-Professional Development Learning Community.  What makes this program unique?

 

By building leadership skills, this master of science in education degree readies teachers

and other educational professionals to meet the challenges of today’s schools and society.  The Professional Development Learning Community curriculum challenges participants to

improve their craft and practice while providing the tools and strategies necessary

to reflect upon, evaluate and enhance student learning.  For those dedicated to fostering

learning opportunities for all students and enhancing collaboration with colleagues, this program will

increase their capacity to serve as a leader in their school and community.

 

This program is designed for:

  • Those developing teaching and leadership skills in an educational setting;
  • Pre-K-16 educators who want to lead enhanced learning experiences; and
  • Individuals pursuing master teacher status.

Key Features

  • Develop an action research project of your choice to improve your practice and

enhance your classroom and school.

  • Courses include opportunities for individually designed, experiential learning.

Possible areas of focus: Leadership, Curriculum, Equity, Technology, Literacy,

Policy, or National Board Certification.

  • Curriculum provides both theoretical and practical experiences based on

reflective practice.

 

For a limited time, the University of Wisconsin-River Falls is offering a tuition discount to teachers and other educational professionals who apply to the Professional Development Learning Community master’s degree within the College of Education and Professional Studies.

 

Eligible students who enroll before December 15 will receive $500 off their tuition as they take courses toward a master of science in education degree.

 

Interested students should contact Pamela Bowen, program manager in UWRF Continuing Education, at 715-425-0633 or pamela.bowen@uwrf.edu for more information about the tuition discount and application instructions. Additional information about the degree program is available at http://choose.uwrf.edu/pdtt/

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