Earn an MEd and/or PA Teacher Certification in Supervisory of Curriculum and Instruction
A Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction is a K-12 district-wide specialist in curriculum and instruction. This certification will challenge you to take on responsibilities for:
- Supervising instruction and evaluating staff as designated by the school superintendent.
- Designing and developing curriculum, learning materials and innovative educational programs.
- Conducting experimental instructional programs.
- Directing and conducting basic or applied educational research.
Arcadia’s Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction Certification requires 5 years of full-time teaching experience in an instructional area while certified in that instructional area.
This course examines federal and state court cases, statutes and regulations that affect students, teachers, administrators and other community members involved with schools.
Managing Organization and Change
Explore the principles, theories and realities of managing educational organizations and effectively leading an educational organization through change. This course highlights strategic planning, developing a vision and mission, and promoting continuous and sustained school improvement.
Supervision of Teaching and Learning
This course examines the components of educational leadership that relate to the supervisory process. Both theory and practice are emphasized. The clinical supervision process is highlighted along with a variety of different “walk-through” models of supervision.
School of Education Graduate Program Information
Teacher Certification Agreements
Pennsylvania has signed the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement that provides for acceptance of state-approved educator preparation programs between certain states to facilitate educator mobility.
For working professionals seeking graduate degrees or certifications, we offer full-time, part-time, online and options to build your own degree.
Tuition and Fees
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