Teaching as a profession has always been respected and looked up to as a ‘noble’ profession. But more often than not, most teachers find themselves swamped with planning lessons, teaching, tracking student progress, interacting with parents and a host of other invisible tasks which simply use up the hours and minutes of their days.
As a teacher, we are sure you would agree that somewhere in the rigours of daily teaching, the long-term vision for your own career has taken a back seat. Well, it needn’t be so. You can now nurture your own self as much as you nurture young minds.
You may wonder how a teacher can effectively advance her own career without sacrificing her daily duties as a teacher. Well, you can do it by keeping pace with the changing times and harnessing the power of the internet. Here is a Masters in Education (M. Ed.) course brought to you by D’Youville College, New York, in collaboration with Nation of Learning Excellence, Mumbai. (A JBCN Education initiative)
The idea of a course specifically designed for practicing teachers is something that was long overdue, but as they say, it’s ‘better late than never’. This international course is incredibly flexible in terms of delivery and is structured across three diverse learning experiences – Online, Hybrid, and face- to- face interaction. This packs in the possibility of learning from distinguished international educators in the comfort of your homes.
Applicants who opt for the on-campus component at the D’Youville College campus in Buffalo, New York will have the added advantage of participating in the graduation ceremony, getting insights into the local culture and visiting the mighty Niagara Falls, besides being able to interact with the faculty and other graduates. This option is available at a nominal cost besides the course fee, for all those who earn their degree after completing all three course modules.
Structured in three modules over one academic year, teachers can pick up advanced knowledge in Philosophical and Social Foundations of Education, Theories of Learning, Multiculturism & Cultural Diversity and Critical Issues in Education, among other courses.
The completion of the course can open up the doors to School Leadership and other senior positions such as Curriculum Developer, Education Manager, etc. in the most prestigious schools in India and across the globe.
This M.Ed course is truly packed to the gills and offers an international degree with a great degree of flexibility in course delivery, assuring students of the latest in teaching methodology while being mentored by the who’s who in education. What better way to take one’s teaching career to the next level?
D'Youville College has a rich history of preparing some of the finest teachers in the region through widely recognized programmes of education.
Nation of Learning Excellence (NLE), a JBCN Education initiative in association with ChalkBoard School Solutions, aims to provide top-quality professional development opportunities to teachers across the board.
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