Education and Innovation
Living and working in the 21st century requires a new paradigm of teaching and learning. Webster University's Master of Arts in Education and Innovation prepares students to meet ever-changing job demands in teacher education and technology.
With curriculum based on digital learning trends and reports from current teachers, the Master’s Degree in Education and Innovation helps educators keep their teaching skills up to date. Webster students learn how to create innovative learning environments through the use of interdisciplinary theories and educational technologies. Graduate students also have the opportunity to pursue one of the emphasis areas or earn this master’s degree with a specialized program theme designed to fit their professional goals.
Education and Innovation Emphasis Areas:
Education for Global Sustainability (EFGS)
Inspired by the idea of sustainable future, the emphasis in Global Sustainability prepares graduate students to create models for environmental policy within their professions. Students who choose this emphasis learn about creating sustainability through leadership and curriculum.
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)
In this tiered-systems approach, graduate students learn how to implement strategies that will improve academic and social outcomes for K-12 students. This emphasis is pursued by aspiring behavior specialists and PBIS consultants.
Education and Innovation Academic Programs
To read about specific program requirements, learning outcomes and how to apply, click on a program from the following list:
- Master of Arts in Education and Innovation (M.A.)
- Master of Arts in Education and Innovation (M.A.) with an emphasis in Education for Global Sustainability
- Master of Arts in Education and Innovation (M.A.) with an emphasis in Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)
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