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M.Ed. in TESOL
Master of Education (M.Ed.)
TESOL Education (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)
Admission Deadline: June 1
The Master of Education in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages degree prepares practicing educators to be teacher-leaders in TESOL. This advanced program prepares teachers to educate an increasingly diverse population of students in Georgia through inclusive practices.
The program of study in TESOL focuses on teaching students who are culturally and linguistically diverse in inclusive environments. The program includes core courses in curriculum development, collaborative practices and content area teaching strategies in reading and writing. Individuals majoring in TESOL receive the ESOL Endorsement after the first 2 semesters in the program. The M.Ed. in TESOL has been approved by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission and is fully accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).
There are two program delivery options available:
- Online Cohort - Click here to learn more about this option.
- KSU Cohort
Program of Study:
The requirements for the M.Ed. in Inclusive Education/TESOL may be met by completing an approved 36 semester hours of graduate course work, including preparing and presenting a professional portfolio. Note: While applicants who hold ESOL endorsement will not be given graduate credit for courses taken in a PLU program, special arrangements can be made to substitute other approved courses to avoid duplication of content.
- INED 7781: Cultural Issues for ESOL Teachers
- INED 7782: Applied Linguistics for ESOL Teachers
- EDRD 7715: Theory & Pedagogy in the Study of Reading
- INED 7783: Methods & Materials for Teaching ESOL
- EDRD 7718: Content Area Reading
- INED 7731: Assessment of English Language Learners
- INED 7750: Language, Power and Pedagogy
- INED 7741: Educational Research
- INED 7760: Curriculum Development for Diverse Learners
- INED 7780: Collaborative Practices
- INED 7790: Documenting Professional Growth
- INED 7981: TESOL Practicum III
TOTAL 36 Credit Hours
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