The Graduate School of Education places emphasis on five areas that will help you improve the practical skills needed to address the challenges in education today.
This course also seeks to help students develop the skills required to effectively utilize digital technology and to equip them with the knowledge needed for conducting special needs education through the practical experience as a student teacher.
Back and forth between educational theory and teaching practice (you will undertake various types of teaching practice; more than 10 out of 47 credits required for completing the course)
Collaboration with in-service teachers and current graduate students
Lessons by a professor who has had a long career as a teacher in educational institutions (kindergarten, elementary school, secondary school, or special needs education school) and another who holds a doctoral degree and has the ability to conduct academic research and publish papers
Emphasis on the case study method and debates about current educational issues
This course allows students to earn a master’s degree in education (professional degree).