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Curriculum Leadership Concentration Career Overview

Developing a curriculum, training teachers and assessing educational programs are just some of the many responsibilities an Instructional Coordinator may take on. Earning your Master's Degree in Education with a concentration in Curriculum Leadership could position you to take advantage of the growing number of curriculum careers and make an even greater difference in your school and community.

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Professional Responsibilities

 

When you earn your Master's Degree in Education with a concentration in Curriculum Leadership, you could be prepared to help shape students' academic growth through curriculum development and content coordination. Your responsibilities could include:

  • Developing curriculum to reflect classic and current educational methodologies that enhance teacher performance
  • Implementing coursework to prepare educators to improve individual classroom performance
  • Evaluating educational programs to assess strengths and areas for improvement

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Career Options

 

DeVry University graduates with this concentration could be prepared for curriculum careers such as:

  • Educational Consultants, who develop instructional material, coordinate educational content and incorporate current technology to provide guidelines to educators and instructors for curriculum development and course structure.
  • Instructional Coordinators, who develop curricula, select textbooks and other materials, train teachers and assess educational programs for quality and adherence to regulations and standards. They assist in implementing and monitoring new technology and might recommend educational software to enhance student skills.
  • Instructional Designers, who develop instructional specifications and materials to ensure quality. They analyze learning characteristics, tasks to be learned and needs and goals. Instructional designers also develop an instructional approach or a delivery system to achieve the desired goals.

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