Advances in digital technology, increasingly culturally diverse students, and the evolving role of schools in society has led to unprecedented changes in the roles and responsibilities of teachers. The teaching, leadership and cultural competency program is designed to help working educators expand their knowledge in curriculum and instructional methods and learn new strategies to become effective leaders in the everchanging education environment.

The American PK-12 school is being dramatically redefined in the 21st century. This program will equip educators with advanced skillsets in critical areas such as curriculum development, teacher leader/instructional coaching best practices, cultural competency in the classroom, evidenced-based frameworks for technology integration, educational leadership, and English Language Learner (ELL) instruction so they can act as leaders in the process of school and community transformation.

Degree Option(s)

The M.A. in Teaching, Leadership, and Cultural Competency (MATLCC) is a dynamic program designed to fit the needs of busy professionals. Offered entirely online, the flexibility and convenience of this program allows working educators to earn their advanced degree in as little as 20 months. Students can take electives in a wide variety of contemporary topics in education, including STEM, Diversity in Schools, LGBTQ Issues, Global Education, Experiential Learning, Talented and Gifted Programs, Reading Diagnostics, and English Language Learners.

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Contact

Learn more about
the MATLCC program:

T: 844-542-8893 (toll free)
E: education-info@uiowa.edu
More info: MA MATLCC (online)