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2018-2019 Graduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Teacher Leadership (MEd)


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Technology Requirements:


Technology plays a vital role in the MEd in Teacher Leadership. Candidates will use technology to communicate with instructors, collaborate with peers, document school-based instruction, and submit assignments. Given the importance of technology to this program, candidates are responsible for ensuring access to the following: DSL or Broadband Internet connection, Mac or Windows personal computer with up-to-date antivirus software, Digital Video Camera or WebCam, Internal or external microphone, Sound card with speakers, Scanner, Flash Player, Microsoft Power Point, Microsoft Word, Adobe Reader, UD email, and Adobe Connect. Requirements may be revised in response to changing technologies.

Tutorial Requirement:


All candidates must complete the Online Learning tutorial upon admission to the program. The purpose is to provide candidates with: (1) tenets of online learning, (2) an overview of the tools used in the MEd in Teacher Leadership program, and (3) the opportunity to introduce themselves to an online learning community of MEd in Teacher Leadership students. Information explaining how to access the tutorial will be given in the acceptance letter. Candidates must submit a certificate of completion to their advisor prior to the start of the first course.

Scheduling Requirements:


The program is designed to be completed within two years. Candidates are required to take courses during the fall, spring, and summer semesters. Courses will be offered in sequential seven-week intervals within the fall and spring semesters. Candidates must take two courses during the fall and spring semesters (e.g., Fall 1, Fall 2) and one during the summer semester. If candidates do not follow these scheduling requirements, then they must wait until the course they missed is offered again through the regularly scheduled course cycle. All courses are offered once a year.

Last Revised 2016-2017 Academic Year


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