NEW Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Collaborative Professional Learning
Program at a glance
- Earn a Certificate in Instructional Coaching
- Complete in less than two years
- Evening, weekend and online classes
- 20% In-Service scholarship for full-time educators
The M.Ed. in Collaborative Professional Learning is a 30 credit hour program that will provide students with skills to be leaders of professional learning and instructional coaches in of collaborative learning environments at the school or district level. Courses will help the student understand the learning styles and diverse needs of teachers, models and methods of coaching and presenting to adults, and leadership in setting up collaborative learning practices in an organization. Students completing the specialty courses will receive a Certificate in Instructional Coaching and will have completed 30 hours of coaching field experience.
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This program is also available through cohorts meeting in Franklin, Murfreesboro, and Wilson Counties. For information on programs in these locations, contact Jesse Cox at email@example.com or 615-966-7199.
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Contact Jesse Cox at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-966-7199
**The University offers a generous 26% In-Service scholarship for current educators and alumni. Financial aid is available to all who qualify and other grants may be available.