This graduate degree program is designed for instructors and trainers at all levels, from elementary school to college. The Master of Science in Instructional Design and Development is a 36-credit hour degree program and is cohort-based, permitting participants and teachers to interact throughout the duration of the program.
The concepts of active learning, a process of continuous plan adjustment, and the use of various teaching methods and technologies to engage students to learn with and from each other, is emphasized and applied to this program itself. Students will demonstrate their new skills and knowledge in case studies, their current classrooms, and in their final project or practicum experience.
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