Our online master’s in education program is focused on enhancing educator effectiveness and student success. Coursework explores beliefs and behaviors that contribute to a higher level of teacher performance, cultural and linguistic diversity, and the skills needed to adapt to various learning and language styles. Gain insight into building a supportive learning community that motivates and engages students. You will also learn how teachers can leverage data assessment to be instructional leaders.
Our MS in Education is part of a full suite of programs in The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership at Walden University, a National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)–accredited institution. NCATE accreditation is a recognized standard of excellence in professional preK–12 education.
Walden is a top choice for many dedicated, effective, and award-winning educators—more than 40,000 MSEd graduates can speak to the effectiveness of our program. In fact, our graduates are associated with significantly higher student outcomes in language arts than other master’s degree program graduates.
Classroom access is strongly recommended for students enrolled in this master’s degree program. Educators who do not have such access must find a student or group of students to work with when asked to apply their new knowledge and reflect on the results. Students without classroom access will not be given alternative assignments.
Graduates of this program will be prepared to:
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“Studying with Walden has opened doors in terms of authentic application of my studies to my current teaching career. What I learned at Walden was truly utilized at my job.”
Walden is so much more than an online university; it is a university that cares about your success as a person.
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