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Do you love teaching? Do you have a love of education? Are you thrilled by the prospect of helping students develop their knowledge?
If so, then CSU-Global's online Master's of Science in Teaching and Learning can help you become an even more effective and passionate educator in this very rewarding field.
This CSU-Global master’s degree program in teaching and learning is designed for all types of educators, including K-12 teachers, adult teachers, school administrators, corporate trainers, special education teachers, and instructional designers.
As a teaching and learning expert, you will be responsible for overseeing school curricula, teaching standards, developing instructional materials, coordinating the implementation of those materials, and assessing the effectiveness of the educational programs.
Fill out the form to the right to speak to an Enrollment Counselor, and find out what CSU-Global can do to help you become the professional educator you know you can be.
Be sure to check out the Licensures that you can obtain as part of your Master of Science in Teaching and Learning degree. These will help you to become a principal, vice principal, or teach in high-demand subject areas. Click here to learn more.
In CSU-Global’s Master of Science in Teaching and Learning degree program, you’ll develop more effective strategies for educating students with diverse backgrounds, cultures, and learning styles.
The program will familiarize you with the latest research on the ways in which people learn, and you’ll explore how to handle the ethical, legal, and social issues that surround education today.
In addition, you’ll learn the best ways to design a curriculum, and how emerging technologies can be used to improve the efficacy of your teaching methods.
The Master of Science in Teaching and Learning program elevates students' leadership competencies, intellect, and professional knowledge of K-12 educational best and emerging practices. The program is designed to develop educational leaders through its emphasis on instruction, research-based practices, and program development and management in K-12 learning environments and non-traditional settings. Through a curriculum that is both rigorous and relevant and that implements and assesses project-based outcomes, students will gain techniques for the promotion of lifelong learning and academic excellence as well as learn to analyze and evaluate teaching and learning principles to meet specific educational needs. CSU-Global does not provide educator licensing or endorsement.
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All courses are taught by qualified instructors with current industry experience. Our instructors hold advanced degrees in their fields, and are specially trained to teach online, so you and your fellow students can think more critically about how the subject matter applies to real-world situations.
The projected growth rate for this industry within the next seven years is 13%, about as fast as the all-occupation average. This means that you can expect strong competition for the best jobs in the best school districts, and a master's degree in teaching and learning can go a long way toward separating you from your competition.
You may be a successful teaching professional if you like to:
Most educational professionals are in charge of making sure all the tasks listed above are completed.
If it sounds like we are describing you, become an even more effective teacher by earning your master’s degree in teaching and learning. Fill out the form to your right to get started.
We provide students with career-relevant resources to help them succeed outside of the classroom. That's why we created Awards of Completion and Skills Endorsements, specific to our programs of study, spotlighting the knowledge, skills, and abilities that hiring managers find essential to success in the field. Teaching and Learning Assessment Strategies and Education Theory and Research are two of the awards you can receive as part of our teaching and learning program.
CSU-Global’s accredited online master’s degree in teaching and learning is designed to provide you with a practical knowledge of the field. The program consists of 8 three-credit core courses as part of a full 36-credit master’s degree. (Some M.S. in Teaching and Learning students may be required to take RES501 as part of their program if they have an undergraduate GPA below 3.00. In this case, the degree is 39 credits.)
This course is only required for students who are accepted into this program with an undergraduate GPA below 3.00.
The primary purpose of this course is to help students entering graduate level programs at CSU-Global develop awareness of current and effective research and writing practices with the goal of implementing such practices into their writing and research projects. Students will learn what constitutes graduate level writing and research as well as how to communicate with colleagues in online professional forums. Students will also learn to effectively integrate writing and research skills into the writing projects they will pursue throughout their graduate level programs.
This course provides students with an introduction to learning theories. A variety of theoretical constructs are studied to address diverse learning styles and conceptual frameworks for engaging learners. Students will explore theoretical perspectives on learning, cognition, and cognitive development. By examining a range of principles, perspectives and tools, students will gain an understanding of learning and teaching in a variety of contexts. Students will use problem solving, application, and evaluation skills to analyze the theories and practices of educational organizations.
This course provides educators with an overview of the legal, ethical, and social issues that are unique in the 21st century learning environment. Topics such as learner privacy online, the appropriate uses of newer technologies, copyright, and intellectual property on the Internet will be presented. Students will also examine privacy law and contemporary legal issues of the 21st century classrooms.
Introduction to instructional system design theories and models used in Pre-K-12 learning environments and nontraditional settings with a focus on backward design. This course is a replacement course for OTL540k as of the 2017-2018 Fall term. Students cannot receive credit for both these courses.
Examination of methods and techniques for evaluation and assessment of learning in Pre-K-12 settings with a focus on instructional improvement and student achievement. Students who take OTL541K will not be able to apply this credit towards any program requiring OTL547. Students in the Masters of Science in Teaching and Learning program prior to the 2017-2018 Fall trimester take OTL541k.
This course presents how present and emerging technologies are transforming society and schools and the implications these changes have for teaching and learning. Strategies for building students' critical thinking habits, innovation, and creativity with respect to new technologies and media will be developed in the context of 21st century literacies (information, visual, etc.). Students will explore the practical context for the use of technology and will develop skills that identify and address the challenge of using technology creatively in teaching and learning situations today.
An examination of the theories and concepts that define cultural responsiveness with an emphasis on the theory and methods for creating multiple pathways of learning to accommodate students with varying backgrounds of knowledge, readiness, language, interest, and learning styles.
Advanced examination of an educator led research approach with an emphasis on instructional improvement and student learning.
Students have the option of selecting OTL579 or OTL581 as the capstone course of this program. See the Academic Catalog for full course descriptions. Both options represent a culmination of the knowledge and skills gain throughout the M.S. in Teaching and Learning program.
* Master’s Plus - Some M.S. in Teaching and Learning students may be required to take RES501 as part of their program if they have an undergraduate GPA below 3.00. In this case, the degree is 39 credits.
** Effective as of the 2013-2014 Winter-A term, students have the option of selecting OTL579 or OTL581 as their capstone course. OTL581 is a replacement course for OTL599. Students who started prior to the 2013-2014 Winter-A term may select to complete OTL599 as their capstone degree requirement instead of these options.
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Earning your master’s degree shows you have excellent critical thinking and decision making skills; earning it at CSU-Global means you are already pretty good at it. Our promise to you is an affordable education with low tuition rates guaranteed not to increase for as long as you are enrolled, with no student fees or out-of-state tuition upcharges.
We know you’re busy. But school can fit into your professional, family, and other life obligations. Our year round, 100% online classes give you the flexibility to learn and study when it’s most convenient for you.
While CSU-Global does not provide educator licensing or endorsement, its students now have the ability to earn a Teaching License online through our trusted-partner program, TeacherReady™, an online alternative licensure and NCATE accredited program.
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"CSU-Global has wonderful professors and a manageable schedule and format to help me as a working professional further my education. I appreciate everything I have learned as student at CSU-Global, and know it will be helpful in my career.”
- Shelby Chase, Teaching and Learning
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