W. Rodney Stone, Interim Director
This program is designed to allow teachers to advance their individual knowledge and skills required to design and incorporate instructional teaching and learning modifications into the daily process of instruction essential to meeting the needs of all levels of learners in the classroom.
Students will have the opportunity to learn under experienced secondary education professionals with expertise in teaching and learning issues. The program would continue the College’s educational philosophy to develop competence in careers that balance theoretical knowledge with rigorous application in professional practice. A distinctive feature within the program is one where the graduate student will be conducting a research study into a topic of interest that is also a topic of interest of school stakeholders whether they are parents, administrators, teachers, students, or community members.
The total number of credits required for graduation with a degree in Teaching and Learning is 33 credits.