Explore how you can integrate the latest findings in neuroscience into effective classroom practices and how ongoing assessments can help improve student performance. Learn how to meet the diverse learning needs of your students by understanding and employing innovative curriculum, instruction, and assessment strategies.
The Graduate Certificate in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment can provide you with the tools to plan, develop, and implement standards-based curricula and instruction that can help your students learn and reach their highest potential. Focus and energize your planning and instruction to make your classroom a motivating and meaningful learning environment.
And if getting to the next level is part of your career plan, Walden is committed to helping you earn credit for your foundational knowledge. Find out how you can apply up to 12 credits earned from this certificate program toward Walden’s MS in Education with a specialization in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment.
After the first course, you can take one course at a time, earn your degree faster by taking two courses at once, or choose a combination of the two throughout the program to fit your changing needs.
Our Graduate Certificate in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment 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 as the standard of excellence in professional P–12 education.
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