Infographic - Earning Your M.E.d in Adult Education

September 11, 2017 - 10:51am -- Ashland University
Online Masters in Adult Education | Hybrid and Online
The M.E.d. in Adult Education is a graduate degree for education professionals and practitioners who are not associated with the K-12 education system. Where there are 50 million youth enrolled in the nation's K-12 aysten for formal teaching and learning, there are over 250 million adults who are increasingly seeing and needing fomral, life-long learning related to health and wellness; economic and workforce issues; encore career development; and a variety of cultural, second landuage and adult life contexts.

Ashland Now Offers An Online Master’s in Educational Leadership!

July 27, 2017 - 5:10pm -- Ashland University
Ashland Offers an Online Degree in Educational Leadership | Ashland University
You know you have leadership qualities and ant to use those qualities in K-12 education. You may be asking, though, what is educational leadership? Simply put, as an educational leader, with a Master’s in Education, you could work with teachers and other education professionals on systemic plans to improve educational programming and outcomes.

Why Choose Ashland University to Earn Your Masters in Education Online?

July 21, 2017 - 3:18pm -- Ashland University
Why Choose Ashland University To Earn You Masters in Education | Ashland University
You’re a busy teacher who wants to further your education, but you’re concerned about the challenges you may encounter. You do not have a lot of extra time and the logistics of going to a campus seem overwhelming. The good news is, there are a lot of options for pursuing your Master’s in Education online. With an online program, that precious extra time can be spent on coursework instead of sitting in traffic on your way to a classroom

Why Earn Your Master’s Degree in Education from Ashland University?

June 9, 2017 - 10:32am -- Ashland University
Why Earn Your Master's Degree in Education?
Graduate programs in education help prepare teachers to better meet those needs, instilling strong analytical and critical thinking skills in instructors. Teachers entering master’s programs in education can expect to gain a much deeper background on content knowledge, teaching styles, the psychology behind learning, and reflective teaching practices. Educators with master’s degrees are better suited to recognize struggling students thanks to better assessment skills coupled with better instructional strategies.