Native Education Certificate Program. UW College of Education and UW Professional & Continuing Education are offering a new Native Education Certificate program for educators, with hybrid courses beginning Summer 2016.
These courses are designed to cultivate the educator's ability to create meaningful and effective relationships with Native American students through a perspective of being a community-based teacher. Educators will develop the expertise of engaging Native students, families, and communities in instruction to ensure Native students thrive and succeed making school and future careers relevant to the pressing needs of Native communities. This innovative cohort model enables peers to collaborate in scholarship and engage knowledge and skills with Native leaders and educators, creating strong alliances within learning communities.
Cultural partnerships will inspire the community-based educator with relevant tools to share with colleagues, communities, and students. Certificate in Native Education - UW Professional & Continuing Education. Online Courses and Continuing Education for Teachers. Our credit-bearing teacher curriculum is designed for seasoned educators who want to develop or reinforce their knowledge of classroom concepts and techniques, or enhance their career.
Course areas With an expansive selection spanning an array of topics, you’ll find courses for almost every need. Whether your interest is Special Education, Administration, Reading, Elementary and Secondary Methods, or another content area, you’re sure to find courses that are right for you. Walden Programs - Education - Certificates - Education Certificates.
Teaching and Learning Master Degree. Online Master's Degree in Teaching and Learning 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. Learning Outcomes Explore and facilitate the use of contemporary and emergent technologies relevant to learning environments.Apply skills for effective program planning and development within an educational setting.