M.Ed. in Leadership in Character Education
Note: Regent will no longer be accepting applications to this program as of Summer 2013.
- Alicia Gaston, M.Ed.
Regent Graduate, 2011
"The Leadership in
Character Education program
is relevant to the needs of
at-risk students in our local
schools and communities."
Read Alicia's Story>>
The Leadership in Character Education program emphasizes the skill set needed for successful leadership in organizations that support the development of youth through character education programs. Courses focus on developing leadership skills to support the implementation of character education programs in educational and other youth-serving organizations, including strategies to garner community support for character education programs. Research-based practices that support the design, implementation, evaluation, and sustainability of character education programs are also a focus.
- Courses: View Course Sequence & Descriptions
- Length: 32 credit hours. May be completed in 16 to 24 months
- Format: Offered online via Blackboard. Students may begin the program in the fall, spring, or summer semesters.
- Results: Master of Education degree.
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- Format: Courses are offered online via Blackboard. Students may begin the program in the fall, spring, or summer semesters.
- Features: This program features in-depth and cutting-edge education training in the area of values, ethics, and character, as it relates to increasing student development and achievement.
Leadership in Character Education graduates will be able to:
- Provide organizational leadership in the planning and implementation of character education programs.
- Supervise personnel and volunteers involved in the implementation of character education programs.
- Direct the planning and implementation of character education curriculum and programs, including evaluation of the effectiveness of the programs.
- Direct the implementation of character education programs to increase the participation of all learners, including at-risk learners and students with special needs.
- Direct improvements in character education programs, including curriculum modifications, identification of effective instructional strategies, and the use of assessment techniques for measuring change in learner behaviors as a result of character education program services.
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