UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
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.
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.
All documents must be received by the Graduate Admissions Office via mail or email to complete your application.
Come hear more about how this program meets your professional needs and socialize with your peers. Select the date and location that best fits your schedule.
Mobilize interest in forming a community by scheduling an open house in your area. Contact Elizabeth Janey for information on upcoming visits or to request one for your school or school district.
Outreach Program Manager