The online teaching degree with licensure at WOU is designed for individuals who hold a bachelor’s degree in a subject area and wish to pursue licensure in teaching. The program culminates in a master’s degree and initial licensure at the middle/high school level only. The objective of the program is to provide in-depth preparation in the theory of pedagogy of teaching. Students complete student teaching and a final Action Research Project. This program is also offered as a campus-based masters of teaching.
Online/hybrid: Winter and Fall terms
University courses are closely linked to classroom experience so teacher candidates can explore theories and practices learned in their studies. Cohorts allow candidates to work together to complete the online masters in education program. Teaching proficiencies that define what teachers should know and be able to do upon completion of the program are threaded through each course. Assessment of the proficiencies occurs through classroom activities, course assignments, teaching evaluations, and production of an edTPA. (Program overview and FAQs)
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