- Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Differentiated instruction
- Earn your Masters while still teaching – 30 credit hours
- Flexible Program for busy working teachers allowing you to learn and collaborate with your peers
The M.Ed. in Differentiated Instruction program consists of 30 hours and provides educators with a sequence of courses that imparts knowledge and practical guidelines on how to adjust instruction in specific cases for students who need modifications in the classroom. The majority of the courses concentrate on special education since most differentiated instruction focuses on students who have been diagnosed with learning issues and who qualify for modifications. The practices learned as part of this program can also apply to students who are unmotivated due to other issues, such as their home environment or socio-economic concerns.
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M.Ed. in Differentiated Instruction Courses
|MED 5303||Curriculum Design & Practice|
|MED 5305||Classroom Teacher as Researcher|
|MED 5308||Ethics and Leadership in Education|
|MED 5309||Differentiated Instruction & Learning Theory|
|DIFN 5311||Introduction to the Exceptional Learner|
|DIFN 5312||Language & Intercultural Communication Issues|
|DIFN 5313||Teaching & Assessment Strategies|
|DIFN 5314||Consultation & Collaboration for Exceptional Learners|
|DIFN 5315||Introduction to Gifted & Talented Learners|
|CAI 5330||Action Research|
Webinar orientations or face-to-face orientations are available for this program. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 512.313.5650 to schedule your orientation.
For detailed information on upcoming webinar orientations please visit this page: online.concordia.edu/programs.
M.Ed. Deadlines and Due Dates
First day of semester- January 6th
Admissions Deadline- December 9th
Contingent Deadline- February 17th
FAFSA complete*- November 25th
Financial Aid Guarantee funding by 1st night- December 9th
Payment Due- December 30th
*FAFSA complete = FAFSA must be complete by this date to ensure funding by the first night of class.