Leading Educational Innovation and Improvement
The School of Education MicroMasters allows learners to take five courses focused on educational innovation and improvement, with a specific focus on the principles and application of Improvement Science. These courses can be used by practicing teachers, leaders, and reformers to advance their current knowledge and earn a certificate. Those who successfully complete the MicroMasters and are admitted to the School of Education can also be granted advanced standing that will reduce the credit-hour requirements for a master’s degree in Educational Studies without teacher certification.
MicroMasters is a series of courses designed to advance your career and offer a path to an accelerated master’s program. Faster, flexible and free to try, MicroMasters provides access to advanced education for everyone, everywhere. Created by prestigious universities, including the University of Michigan, and offered in the most in-demand fields, MicroMasters programs are recognized by companies for real job relevancy and provide deeper learning in a specific career area. MicroMasters are offered on edX.org.
LeadEd501x: Leading Ambitious Teaching and Learning
|Learn why ambitious teaching and learning may be the key to global educational improvement and how to put it into practice.||Learn more|
LeadEd502x: Designing and Leading Learning Systems
|Learn leading strategies for educational innovation to improve practice, raise student performance, and reduce achievement gaps.||Learn more|
LeadEd503x: Improvement Science in Education
|Learn how to apply principles and practices of improvement science to improve educational practice, raise student performance, and reduce achievement gaps.||Learn more|
LeadEd504x: Case Studies in Continuous Educational Improvement
|Learn about leading approaches to continuous educational improvement through case studies of educational innovation.||Learn more|
LeadEd505x: Leading Educational Innovation and Improvement Capstone
|Apply your knowledge and demonstrate mastery, personal growth, and competency along dimensions central to leading educational innovation and improvement.||Learn more|
Frequently Asked Questions
Why is innovation an important part of education at the SOE?
What is a MicroMasters? Why is SOE experimenting with a MicroMasters program?
The University of Michigan School of Education is consistently ranked among the best schools in the nation. This MicroMasters leverages insights from our top-ranked master’s programs and world-class faculty with extensive background in research, teaching and outreach to provide expertise and support for preparing future leaders in educational innovation in the US and around the world. Dr. Donald Peurach and Dean Elizabeth Moje have collaborated with a team of leading researchers, innovators and practitioners to develop this program. They bring experience in leadership roles within the School of Education, the American Educational Research Association as well as work with the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Ross School of Business Center for Positive Organization, in order to present a framework for improved educational practice.
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