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The Teacher Leader Program is a planned master's degree program designed to be completed within two years including summers. Each student is required to complete a professional portfolio as part of his/her exit requirements for the program. Previous graduate-level coursework will be evaluated and accepted as course substitutions when appropriate. Students who desire an administrative license must take additional courses upon completion of the Teacher Leader program to attain their goals.
Contact Information
Grant Hambright, Ed.D.
465 Allyn Hall
937-775-3281
grant.hambright.edu

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TEACHER LEADER
Master’s of Education Degree in Curriculum and Instruction + Endorsement

The Teacher Leader M.Ed. Program is the foundational master’s degree program emphasizing curricular and instructional leadership to which candidates may add endorsement and/or licensure credentials.  The program consists of 30-semester hours of coursework and field-based activities designed for completion within two years, including summers.  Advised flexible scheduling and course delivery options are available.  For example, accelerated individual or cohort scheduling and/or online, hybrid, face-to-face, and off-campus site delivery options are offered.  Candidates complete a professional portfolio as part of their program’s exit requirements.  Previous graduate-level coursework may be evaluated and potentially accepted as course substitutions when appropriate.  Candidates seeking an administrative license must take additional courses upon completing the Teacher Leader M.Ed. Program to obtain their licensure goals. 

The Teacher Leader Endorsement Program can be found HERE

 

Course #
Course Title
Credit Hours
EDL 7100 Teacher Leader Masters Seminar: Entry 1
EDL 7510 Statistics and Research 3

EDL 7570 OR

EDL 8320

Student Assessment OR

Action Research Practicum

3
EDL 7110 Teacher Leader Masters Seminar: Midpoint 1

EDL 7710 OR

EDL 8330

Leadership for School Improvement OR

Teacher Leader Seminar

3
EDL 7730 Curriculum Analysis 3
EDL 7740 Analysis of Teaching 3
EDL 7750 Instructional Leadership and Change 3

EDL 7760 OR

EDL 8340

Supervision of Instruction & Personnel OR

Coaching and Mentoring

3
EDL 7820 School Law 3
EDL 7800 Ethics and Politics in Education 3
EDL 7920 Teacher Leader Masters Seminar: Exit 1

 

Total Semester Hours: 30

Program information last modified Monday, 11th March, 2013 @ 08:44am


Admission Requirements
The Teacher Leader Program must adhere to Wright State University's (WSU) policies regarding admission to the program. Therefore, the following admissions requirements are consistent with those set forth by the Graduate School. More>>

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Frequently Asked Questions
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Advisors
Each program site (cohort group) will be assigned an academic advisor to assist the students in the completion of the Program of Study. In addition to this duty, the advisor will be available by appointment to meet with the students. The advisor has the authority to accept or reject previous graduate-level coursework as substitute credits. Students must contact their advisors with questions concerning application of outside credits to their programs.

Program Participants
The program participants have the responsibility for assuring their Programs of Study are current. Additionally, students are responsible for ensuring that all records held by Wright State University's Graduate School, The College of Education and Human Services, and the Teacher Leader Program Office are complete, current, and accurate (i.e., name or address changes)