Master of Science of Education in Differentiated Instruction
Exclusively for practicing teachers, Jewell's Master of Science of Education in Differentiated Instruction will prepare you to address student readiness, interest and needs to promote growth in relation to the curriculum.
M.S.Ed. Admission Requirements
William Jewell College seeks candidates for this program who desire to be teacher leaders. Applicants must be willing to do action research in their own classes to investigate issues of differentiation. Candidates will be critical thinkers of high character who are dedicated to the profession of teaching.
To be admitted, you must meet the following requirements and provide appropriate documentation:
- Must be a certified educator currently employed in a school with an assigned classroom.
- Evidence of certification
- Evidence of employment with a school for the following school year
- An articulate and persuasive candidate essay discussing expected program outcomes and how this program will enhance the applicant’s role as a teacher leader in his/her school.
- Evidence of baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university with a 3.0 overall grade point average based on a 4.0 scale.
- Official transcripts from all other colleges and universities attended, whether as an undergraduate or graduate student and whether or not credit was awarded.
- Two professional recommendations: one from administrative supervisor, another from colleague or other supervisor.
- A completed application in which the applicant specifies the one or two year cohort OR the graduate certificate option.
- A professional resume/vitae.