Master of Education

M.Ed.

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Trumbull, CT 06611
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Griswold Program

Sacred Heart University offers a graduate program leading to a Master of Education (M.Ed.). This program is open to those who already have a teacher certification. Designed for the classroom teacher, the M.Ed. builds skills in the areas such as classroom instruction, curriculum, assessing student learning, and practical applications in the content area. This M.Ed. program is offered in Fairfield and Griswold, CT.

The Graduate Teacher Internship is available to candidates pursuing the M.Ed. Full participation in the school-based experience entitles the candidate to 30 credits of tuition. Candidates who hold teaching certificate meet with an advisor to develop a plan of study and apply immediately for a one year school-based experience beginning in either the fall or spring semester.

 

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Sacred Heart Food Drives Help Feed 700 Bridgeport Families This Thanksgiving

November 21, 2017

A great spirit of charity, community and holiday jubilance visited two Bridgeport parishes Tuesday morning, November 21, as a great number of Sacred Heart University students realized the culmination of their months-long Turkey Drive fundraising efforts, achieving the ambitious goal of distributing 700 complete turkey dinners to local families in need.

Make it Work: Accommodating Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Mainstream Classrooms

October 27, 2017

This presentation will provide an overview of characteristics of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and will introduce a range of strategies, including environmental supports, behavioral supports, instructional supports, and social supports, for enhancing inclusion and academic success. This session is designed for pre-service teachers, literacy and administration candidates.

IFCE Professor Randall Glading Presents Research Paper on Classes Without Walls Project

October 17, 2017

Isabelle Farrington College of Education Professor Randall Glading attended the 7th Annual International Conference on Education and e-Learning in Singapore last month. Glading presented his research project, “Virtual Desegregation: An Early Assessment of the Classes Without Walls Project,” which involves Bridgeport and Trumbull students in grades 3-5 who work together on group projects face-to-face via the internet.