The 30-credit hour MATL curriculum starts with an exploration of active learning and classroom management strategies for today's interactive classroom:
Strategies for teaching, assessing, and integrating your area of specialization across the curriculum
An action research project focused on your classroom challenges
Development of a professional portfolio that demonstrates your growth as a teacher
The curriculum is delivered in less than a year, over 5 eight-week blocks in a sequential format that helps you build upon a framework from one block to the next.
Elementary Math Specialization
Block 1: Classroom & Instructional Management
Block 2: Action Research in Practice - Math
Block 3: Teaching & Assessing Math through Technology
Block 4: Best Practices for Teaching Math Across the Curriculum
Block 5: Instruction & Assessment for Diverse Classrooms
A Teacher-Friendly Master's
NSU's online Master's in Teaching is designed to help practicing teachers balance work, family and a master's education.
Entirely online to fit your schedule - no face-to-face meetings required
No exams - assignments are application-oriented and focused on your classroom
Five starts each year - January, March, May, August and October - with time off during the year (different depending on the term you start) to enjoy vacations and personal time.
Please note that you must be a licensed practicing teacher with a valid teaching certificate in order to request information and be accepted into the NSU MATL program.