College of Education

Elementary Education (M.Ed.)



Summer, 2012 and AY 2012-2013 will see a number of changes in advising personnel and program procedures for the M.Ed.ELED.  Important contact information is located in the Student Resources, FAQs, and Updates & News sections.


Program Information

Welcome to the Master of Education in Elementary Education (M.Ed. ELED) page for our current students! Our program is an advanced curriculum and instruction program that promotes the skills and expertise of experienced educators (grades 1-8). The program is designed for those involved in instructional and curricular decision-making in schools and districts and those committed to quality professional growth.  Course and program goals and learner outcomes are based on the professional setting to ensure transfer of "theory to practice."

As a successful M.Ed. ELED student, you will achieve the following:

  • Develop advanced competencies in curriculum development, instructional design, and evaluation of curriculum and instruction.
  • Develop an understanding of the diverse nature of learners, society, and the impact on learning.
  • Assume leadership roles in curriculum and instruction in the education profession.
  • Use technology and media to enhance learning.
  • Understand and use appropriate assessment and evaluation (assessment literacy).
  • Engage in scholarly activities to promote student achievement.
  • Think and reflect critically about the educational processes and professional practice (essential dispositions).

The goals and objectives of the degree program are based on MSDE Professional Development Standards and the core propositions endorse by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.  The areas addressed by the standards are reflected in the required and elective courses.

Information You Can Use

Visit this website often for up-to-date information and announcements about your program. Here are some of the features you will find on this site:

  • Announcements of recent developments, information, etc. (right column)
  • Degree requirements (including Program of Study form, surveys)
  • Student Resources (including contact information, graduate student support)
  • Frequently Asked Questions (including advising issues, directions for registration)
  • Course Schedules (including up-to-date listings of required, elective courses offered for semester registration)


      College of Education
      Phone: 410-704-2570
      Fax: 410-704-2733
      Hawkins Hall, Room 304




Todd Kenreich
Hawkins Hall 404F (Administrative office)


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