Washington Graduate Teaching Schools with Master's and PhD Degree Programs

Washington Graduate Teaching Schools with Master's and PhD Degree Programs

Washington Graduate Teaching Schools with Master's and PhD Degree Programs

Washington State University College of Education:

This college is considered one of the well-known colleges of education in Washington State. The reason is because there is a cross between theory and practice that happens in this college that is truly innovative. Students from both the undergraduate and graduate tracks are taught the latest teaching methods and ideas in the classrooms, while being given the opportunity to put that thinking into practice. The school offers a number of concentrations for undergraduate and graduate students and also offers a number of internship opportunities.

Master of Education:

This program begins with coursework that covers the basics of education. Students gain an advanced understanding of concepts that were first covered in the undergraduate program. Students also learn about current issues in today's education field. They learn about many of the issues and challenges facing students and teachers in today's public and private schools. Students are asked to choose areas of concentration. Students then begin to work under the supervision of faculty advisors on independent projects. Students must also work in internships related to their declared concentrations.

Doctor of Education:

This program is for students who already of master of education degrees. Students choose an area of expertise and develop advanced methods of research. Students take anthropology and sociology classes to learn about the classroom from a number of different perspectives. Students do a good deal of fieldwork, as well as a lot of research. Students work closely with faculty advisors to complete their dissertations which are presented and defended before an academic panel. Students who complete this program continue research and teach in universities, work for government agencies, and move to high level administrative positions.

Contact Information:

Address: PO Box 642114, Washington State University, Pullman WA 99164-2114

Phone Number: (509) 335-1738

Western Washington University College of Education:

This college is known for its ability to train students with hands-on education as well as classroom theory. The school offers a number of undergraduate and graduate degree programs, as well as a number of areas of concentration for students of education. The school also offers the newest classroom technology and dedicated faculty who work closely with students.

Master of Education in Instructional Technology:

This program is for students are interested in how new media and technology are shaping the future of our schools' libraries and classrooms. Students learn conventional teaching and pedagogical methods, as well as how new technology can be incorporated. Students in this program may choose a more specific area of expertise. Students take internships at local institutions that allow them to take their understanding and knowledge of new software, media, and technology into a real world context. Students who complete this program become teachers, librarians, and school technology and information specialists.

Contact Information:

Address: Western Washington University, 516 High Street, Bellingham, WA 98225
Phone Number: (360) 650-3000

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