Summer Master Educator Institute
Take the Next Step: Become a Distinguished Educator
Whether you are a PreK-12 classroom teacher, a school administrator, or an educator/trainer in a museum, business or youth serving organization, the new Summer Master Educator Institute at the University of Missouri St. Louis offers you the opportunity to follow your passion and deepen your knowledge. Our new concentration areas give educators a degree or non-degree path to expertise.
Degree or Non-Degree
Degree: The Master’s Degree option consists of 9 hours of foundations courses that examine history, the impact of community on our youth, issues of social justice, teacher leadership, and student advocacy; two 9-credit hour concentration areas that provide the core of expertise in the areas you choose and give you the depth and expertise in areas that match the needs of you and your students; and a two-semester, 6 credit hour capstone where you become a researcher in your own organization or classroom to really understand how to ask the right questions, collect meaningful data, and analyze and present it in a way that informs others.
Non-Degree: If you have a Master’s degree, or aren’t quite ready, and simply want to come for more in-depth content about a particular area, just come spend the summer with us and choose one of the concentration areas below.
Don’t wait! Get started this summer with your first concentration area! Check out the Summer Institute here.
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