Master of Education inCurriculum and Instruction, Neurodevelopmental Approach to Teaching
Plymouth State University's Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in the Neurodevelopmental Approach to Teaching will teach you how to identify, respond to, and manage students with learning differences to make you a more effective teacher. In this program you'll come to understand yourself better as a learning and recognize your own strengths, experiences, and expertise. Your knowledge of brain-based strategies will prepare you to provide specific instructional strategies to promote self-advocacy and school success.
You curriculum consists of three core courses required of every PSU Master of Education candidate; six classes focusing directly on neurodevelopment; one elective; and a capstone component at the culmination of your studies in which you'll put theory into practice through a practicum experience.
Plymouth State University is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).
International Student Requirements:
International students must have proof of English level proficiency through either the TOEFL, IELTS, or ELS Level 112 scores.
In addition, you must provide an I-134 Affidavit of Financial Support Form. Documents, including bank statements and other financial documents dated within the past 30 days, that confirm you have the financial resources to study for a year at Plymouth State must be submitted to the College of Graduate Studies.
You must also include a copy of your valid passport with your application materials.
Finally, you must also submit official, notarized transcripts, verifying that you've completed at least a baccalaureate degree, which must be translated into English and evaluated for institutional equivalency.