American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. Master of Education
- abbr. degree Master of Education
“Education: BS in education, MEd, advanced coursework, University of Maryland.”
“Education: BS, mathematics and secondary education, Towson University; MEd, secondary administration, McDaniel College.”
“MEd of the online TL-DL program; responses were received from 26 out of 29 graduates (a response rate of 90%).”
“The graduates reported that the MEd program had prepared them well for their work, that the online format provided them with the flexibility needed to succeed while managing diverse work and home responsibilities, and that the course assignments provided them with opportunities to tailor their learning to their unique situations and professional learning needs.”
“By the turn of the new century, the U of A program in school library education had grown substantially, particularly in numbers of MEd students, and had been redeveloped as an online program.”
“Teacher Education (NCATE) for reviewing MEd and Diploma in Education programs.”
“They were asked about how well the MEd program prepared them for their work and what trends and issues they saw emerging in their work.”
“The MEd degree in the Department of Education at the University of Alberta includes a research methods course to help prepare you to locate, read and evaluate educational research, a curriculum foundations course to help you understand the history and development of curriculum, and the final capping course allows you to pursue a topic of interest that develops during the program.”
“We believe that teacher-librarians in the 21st century also need the MEd or MLIS (Master of Library and Information Science) degree.”
“The Master of Education (MEd) degree prepares leaders – for roles in administration and policy, psychology, special education, curriculum and information technology.”
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