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Master's in Education

The Master’s in Education is a postgraduate program designed to provide education professionals with the theoretical and practical tools necessary to address contemporary challenges in the field of education. The program covers key areas such as pedagogical theories, educational management, curriculum design, learning assessment, educational technology, and innovative teaching approaches. Additionally, emphasis is placed on educational research and the application of effective strategies to enhance the quality of teaching and learning.

Why study a Master's in Education at Laramie University?

Master's in

Education Curriculum

• Neuropsychological Foundations of Learning

• Learning Theories and Models

• Learning Strategies

• Educational Planning and Curriculum Design

• Assessment and Psychopedagogical Intervention

• Attention and Intervention in Diversity

• Psychopedagogical Resources for Interculturality

• Behavior Modification Techniques in the Classroom

• High Abilities

• Mediation Processes in Conflict Resolution

• School Bullying and Cyberbullying

• ICTs Applied in Learning Intervention

• Design of Educational Evaluation Instruments

• Educational Coaching

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Admission Profile for the Master's in Education

The applicant seeking admission should have completed their high school studies and possess the following qualities:

• Educational Foundations: Solid knowledge of pedagogical theories and contemporary educational trends, as well as a deep understanding of curriculum design principles and learning assessment.

• Technological Knowledge: Familiarity with the latest tools and technological trends applicable to education to effectively integrate technology into the educational process.

• Communication Competence: Ability to express oneself clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing, and to promote effective communication in the educational environment.

• Collaboration Skills: Aptitude for teamwork, collaborating with colleagues, and establishing constructive relationships with students, parents, and other members of the educational community.opment of predictive and prescriptive models to support strategic decisions.

• Critical and Reflective Thinking: Ability to critically analyze educational problems, reflect on pedagogical practices, and propose well-founded solutions.

• Adaptability: Aptitude to adapt to constantly changing educational environments, demonstrating flexibility and a willingness to learn and apply new methodologies and pedagogical approaches.

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