UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

$500 Tuition Discount Offer

Graduate Programs

Professional Development Learning Community

Develop Your Practice As A Teacher Leader

By building leadership skills, this master of science in education degree readies teachers and other educational professionals to meet the challenges of today’s schools and society. The Professional Development Learning Community curriculum will challenge you to improve your craft and practice while providing you with the tools and strategies necessary to reflect on, evaluate and enhance student learning. If you are dedicated to fostering learning opportunities for all learners and collaborating with colleagues, this program will increase your capacity as a teacher-leader.

The PDLC program uses a learning community model that connects theory into practice, practice into strategy, and strategy into transformation. As a graduate, you will be well positioned to become an educational leader whose proficiency will transform learning experiences at your school or other educational setting.

Who Should Enroll

  • Anyone interested in developing teaching and leadership skills in an educational setting. 
  • Pre-K-16 educators who want to lead enhanced learning experiences.
  • Individuals pursuing master teacher status.

Key Features

  • Develop an action research project of your choice to improve your practice and enhance your classroom and school.
  • Courses include opportunities for individually designed, experiential learning.  Possible areas of focus: Leadership, Curriculum, Equity, Technology, Literacy, Policy, or National Board Certification.
  • Curriculum provides both theoretical and practical experiences based on reflective practice.

Admissions Requirements and Application Process

In addition to the graduate student Admissions Requirements, applicants must submit a letter of interest using the following form. You will need access to Microsoft Word to view this document.

MSE PD Letter of Interest

All documents must be received by the Graduate Admissions Office via mail or email to complete your application.


Tuition Discount Offer

Apply by December 28, 2018 to start in the cohort beginning in January 2019 and you may be eligible for a $500 tuition discount. Contact our program coordinator today for application instructions.

Quick Response

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For More Information

Pamela Bowen
Outreach Program Manager
Email
715-425-0633

Contact Us

Admissions Office
graduateadmissions@uwrf.edu
715-425-3500
M-F 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
112 South Hall