College of Education

Education MS (Secondary Education)

Student Learning Outcomes

  • Students will effectively leverage technology, authentic and inclusive assessment, and community resources to promote critical thinking, challenge culturally and linguistically hegemonic practices, and promote empowerment and academic achievement among culturally, linguistically, and experientially diverse students.
  • Students 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 secondary education.  
  • Students will evaluate, create, adapt, and transform curriculum and assessments to foreground authentic, academically rigorous, linguistically inclusive, and contextually relevant content and skills.
  • Students will reflect upon their own practice and develop the professional expertise and agency necessary to promote and advocate for educational equity and justice within and beyond their schools, communities, and profession.


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