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Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century (TL-21)

Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century (TL-21) is a graduate degree program designed to allow professional educators to tailor their graduate student to prepare them for the classroom of today and tomorrow. The goals of the program are to prepare the candidate to function effectively in today’s flexible educational setting. The program provides flexibility by allowing candidates to create content to meet their specific professional growth goals. Candidates can add certificates, endorsements or a selected program consisting of approved graduate courses and workshops.

Course Numbers and Titles Credit Hours

Introduction to TL-21:        

EDCI 521:  Technology for the 21st Century


M.Ed. Core Courses:

Select one three-hour course from each of four standards (Curriculum Foundations, Social & Historical Foundations, Inquiry and Diversity)

EDFN 501:  APA Seminar


Major Professional Courses:

EDFN 646:  Educational Assessment

Electives:  Select courses based on interests and professional goals. Hours may include those that lead to  an endorsement or certificate program (see below).


Advanced Field Practicum:

EDUC 710:  Field Practicum in Education


Capstone Experience:

EDUC 788 or EDUC 781:  Capstone Inquiry Seminar or Thesis Capstone in Education


Total Hours in Program (Hours may vary due to selected core courses.) 30-33