Dr. Donyell Roseboro
Master of Education (M.Ed.) in
Goal of Program:
The program is comprised of a core of professional studies that develops the instructional decision-making of secondary teachers and a specialization track designed to enhance knowledge of subject matter, structure of the disciplines, and appropriate modes of inquiry.
- The program leading to the Master of Education degree (M.Ed.) in secondary education provides advanced professional training for individuals holding, or qualified to hold, North Carolina Class “A” teacher licensure in at least one discipline at the secondary level.
- The M.Ed. in Secondary Education is offered in the following
specialties: English, history, mathematics, science, and Spanish.
- Demonstrate breadth of general knowledge, as well as depth of knowledge in the selected discipline area necessary for effective instructional decision making.
- Demonstrate a well-articulated knowledge of high school communities and issues affecting teaching in a high school setting.
- Communicate effectively in standard English both verbally and in written formats.
- Adapt instructional strategies to the developmental and learning needs of individuals, including adolescents with special needs and students from culturally diverse backgrounds.
- Establish a classroom climate conducive to the learning, social, and emotional needs of adolescents.
- Choose objectives consistent with state and local curriculum guidelines, the learning needs of students, and guidelines established by learned societies.
- Use technology to enhance teaching and learning experiences.
- Employ and analyze appropriate assessments and evaluative procedures.
- Demonstrate effective teaching including positive results for student learning, self-reflection, and appropriate professional dispositions.
- Demonstrate instructional leadership through service to public schools.
Intended Time to Degree
Required Credit Hours
|*Designed for individuals who have "A" level teaching licenses.|