Equip yourself to guide students through a cutting-edge learning experience. Enhance your career and advance your education with a perfect-for-you, affordable master’s online. The University of Alabama offers its Master of Arts in Instructional Technology (MA IT) and Master of Library and Information Studies (MLIS) in flexible formats designed to fit the lifestyle of a full-time educator. Both programs can be customized to your interests and goals through tailored electives. The MLIS offers optional concentrations, and a certificate program is also available. The MLIS program does not require test scores for admission. For a limited time, test scores have been waived for entry to the MA IT program.
Two English teachers in Los Angeles have launched a Facebook group, Distance Learning Educators, to help fellow educators collaborate and share resources amid remote instruction because of the pandemic. Group members include administrators, counselors, coaches, and department of education personnel.
Digital Promise and Verizon have teamed up to offer freetraining pathways for individual teachers that will lead them to educator microcredentials. Three pathways are currently available, with more to be offered later in the year.
In response to requests for recommendations of antibias children’s books, Social Justice Books has launched the Freedom Reads: Anti-Bias Book Talk video series. Each episode walks viewers through a synopsis of the book, relevant resources, and four to five key points from an antibias, critical literacy perspective.
Penn State’sMaster of Education in Curriculum and Instruction is led by expert faculty from the Penn State College of Education and conveniently offered online through Penn State World Campus. Through the exemplary in-class learning and research this program offers, you can advance your knowledge of curriculum, teaching, learning, teacher education, and educational supervision. A Penn State education can help you prepare to meet the challenges facing education in diverse and changing social, cultural, economic, and physical environments. Apply by April 1 for a May 17 start.