As a student within the High Performance Instruction specialization of WLC's Master of Arts program, you'll develop coaching and mentoring skills, explore assessment and evaluation techniques for academic success, grow professionally, and refine instructional methodologies for increased student achievement in your diverse classroom. This area of study is ideal for educators at all grade levels who seek to leverage high performance instructional methods to increase student achievement, especially those who aspire to lead as curriculum specialists, designers, or directors of curriculum, instruction, assessment and professional development.
Why High Performance Instruction?
· Increase the academic achievement of your diverse learners;
· Improve your teacher quality;
· Develop practical models;
· Foster cognitive, analytical and reflective thinking skills.
This 36 credits master’s program can be completed in 2 – 3 years, taking one course every 8 weeks, with some students accelerating their studies to finish in 18 months. Financial aid, tuition discounts, and referral scholarships may apply – ask your enrollment advisor if you qualify.
This program provides candidates an opportunity to complete the necessary coursework for Wisconsin licensure as a Director of Instruction (WI #5010).