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MEd in Curriculum and Instruction

The MEd in Curriculum and Instruction prepares educators and administrators to be school leaders in curriculum and instruction. Students explore curriculum and instruction theory and design, advanced study in their chosen area of concentration such as science education, art education, culture and contexts, learning theory, and classroom research methods.

A typical program is 32 - 33 semester hours

  • EDUC 510 - Advanced Educational Foundations
  • EDUC 511 - Consulting, Collaborating and Coaching OR
    EDUC 531 - Professional Development and Supervision
  • EDUC 520 - Theories of Instruction
  • EDUC 521 - Curriculum Theory and Development
  • 9 semester hours in selected subject concentration area
  • EDUC 542 - Diagnosis and Remediation of Literacy Difficulties OR approved elective
  • Social Context Workshop
  • EDUC 591 - Educational Research and Evaluation
  • EDUC 592 - Seminar:Curriculum and Instruction

Graduate course descriptions along with science education course descriptions at the bottom of the page

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Dr. John Walcott, Ph.D. is the advisor for this program. To discuss this program with him you may reach him at 616-526-6032 or email his at jwalcott@calvin.edu