Curriculum And Instruction Degrees

Curriculum and Instruction programs attempt to help students understand the complex relationship between school and society. Curriculum practices are put in the context of the wider social and cultural issues of today. New areas of research within the subjects of curriculum and instruction are pioneered through students work. Some topics in these programs include comparative curriculum studies, historical approaches, multicultural education, political economy, teacher research, and popular culture's effect on curriculum. Usually designed for those teachers with significant experience, it allows them to pursue new areas of instructional methodology.

Evaluation of social and educational policy is usually a major component of curriculum and instruction programs. They often include a variety of field experiences and interdisciplinary seminars. Students must typically submit a portfolio and pass an oral examination. Teachers who complete the program go on to assume new roles as supervisors, administrators, or consultants. Those who complete study at the doctoral level usually acquire positions as faculty in colleges and universities, or they become leaders in human service agencies or school districts.

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