College of Education

Education MS (Elementary Curriculum and Instruction)

Student Learning Outcomes

  • Candidates reflect on their own assumptions, including implicit and explicit biases, to expand their knowledge of power, privilege, and positionality in society.
  • Candidates critically examine the curricular and pedagogical value of family assets and community engagement to develop the professional expertise and leadership skills to advocate and collaborate for educational equity and justice within their schools and communities.
  • Candidates analyze, create and implement anti-bias curriculum, including digital curriculum and materials, that develops academic content knowledge and disrupts oppressive practices by integrating inclusive, equitable, humanizing, anti-racist, and culturally and linguistically sustaining elements in diverse  learning environments
  • Candidates will analyze, critique, and apply knowledge of theoretical and historical research, relevant theories, and pedagogies related to asset-based, equity- and justice-oriented teaching and learning in education.


*Retrieved from AMS February 16, 2024. For the most up-to-date information, please contact the program.