Program Highlights & Benefits
Strengthen the skill set of the practicing classroom teacher
20 month completion time, including holiday breaks
No GRE or admission tests
No weekend classes
Licensed or Provisionally licensed educators with at least one year experience looking to strengthen their skillset as an educator. Does not lead to licensure in Virginia.
What You Learn
The Curriculum and Instruction program at Averett has just undergone revisions to meet the changing needs of today’s teachers and learners. All students in the C&I program take a core set of courses which focus on equitable classroom practices and meeting the needs of vulnerable student populations, and then select a pathway of courses based on their interest or need.
How You Learn
You’ll take courses one at a time in 8 week blocks to allow intense study of concept. Practicum and internship experiences designed to be completed in your own school division are embedded throughout the program. No face to face meetings are required.
Upon completion of this program, students will have earned an M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction w/ a Gifted Education Endorsement. This program may lead to a position as a gifted teacher, specialist, or coordinator. Coursework may also help a provisionally licensed teacher achieve a full license based upon the courses they need.
|ED 518||Orientation to Graduate Programs||1|
|ED 501||Research in Education||3|
|ED 503||Fundamentals of Teaching English Learners||3|
|ED 505||Curriculum Development||3|
|ED 555||Models and Theories I||3|
|ED 556||Models and Theories II||3|
|ED 567||Math Curriculum and Instruction Adaptation||3|
|ED 563||Content Area Literacy for Diverse Populations||3|
|ED 536||Characteristics and Education of Gifted Students||3|
|ED 537||Identification and Assessment of Gifted Students||3|
|ED 538||Teaching Gifted Learners||3|
|ED 539||Differentiating Curriculum for the Gifted||3|
|Total Credit Hours:||34|
Program and course requirements are subject to change.
Students will complete practicum work, or submit a portfolio as part of their coursework.