Course Summary

Course Description

The Master of Education degree in Teacher Leadership, which contains four strands, began in October 1995, becoming the first graduate program in the School for Education. The degree is designed to meet the practical needs of the classroom teacher, and uses a praxis model that ties theory and practice together, in each course. 
The program strives to develop reflective educators who can be change agents in the lives of their students, in their school and communities, and culminates with two capstone courses: Critical Reflections Seminar and Action Practicum, or by completion of the Thesis Option.

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