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Curriculum and InstructionProgram Office:Loyola Hall #304B(206) 296-5908
In today's society, as specific content knowledge becomes rapidly outdated, knowing how to learn becomes increasingly significant. This program is designed to develop effective educators who have a solid understanding of the learner, the educational needs of diverse populations, and their own clearly articulated philosophies of education. It is ideal for individuals involved in all aspects of curriculum and instruction that affect the pre-kindergarten through 12th grade schools and students.
Students within the program share a core of common study, emphasizing the social, historical, and philosophical foundations of education, as well as theories of human development and learning, and principles of research. Curriculum and Instruction core classes provide a background of academic, methodological and clinical knowledge, as do the elective courses. Students may choose electives designed to support and promote unique professional goals. The program provides a solid background in educational theory and the foundations of teaching and curriculum development, as well as the opportunity to work in depth in specific areas of curriculum and instruction.
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