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Master of Education (M.Ed.) for Latin Teachers

We're excited to offer an Online Master of Education with CSU Pueblo & Idioma Education, designed for Latin Teachers for less than $13,500! 

Discounted tuition available for members of American Classics League (ACL). Join Today!

This new online Masters program allows in-service Latin educators to examine methodology and pedagogy to develop and sustain a proficiency-based teaching and learning classroom environment.  Course work will focus on the role of curriculum, instruction, assessment, interculturality, social justice, and program leadership within the context of the World Readiness Standards and a student-centered learning context for the methodology and language-specific concentrations.  Practical application of theory and research will allow participants to enhance their daily practice.

This World Language Latin Emphasis online program is composed of three key areas:

1.) CSU Pueblo Core Courses (11 credits): Focus on research and professional changes:

Course Title Credits
ED 502 Teacher as Change Agent 3
ED 503 Teacher as Researcher 3
ED 504 Leading Change in America's Schools 3

ED 593 or

ED 581

Seminar

Practicum & Seminar in Education

2

 2.) Idioma Pedagogy Courses (9 credits): 

Course Title Credits

CLDE 591  or

ED 501

Differentiated Instruction in the World Language Classroom

Methods and Materials for Differentiated Instruction

3

CLDE 591 WLM 502 or

ED 501

Using Digital Tools to Enhance communication in the World Language Classroom

Technology in the Classroom

3

CLDE 591 or

ED 501

Literacy in the World Language Classroom

Sheltered English Immersion for Educators 

3

 3.) Idioma Concentration Area (18 credits): Selected by the graduate with support from an Idioma Advisor. Concentration areas include:

Course Title Course ID Credits
Come, See and Conquer: Teaching Caesar in the Latin Classroom
CLDE 591 LATN 501 3
Fortune Favors the Bold: Teaching Vergil in the Latin Classroom
CLDE 591 LATN 502
3
From Epigram to Epic: Teaching Poetry in the Latin Classroom
CLDE 591 LATN 503
3
Latin Teaching Methods: Teaching Latin for Acquisition
CLDE 591 LATN 504
3
Teaching Social Justice in the Latin Classroom CLDE 591 LATN 505 3
Thinking Outside the Canon: Marginalized Voices in the Latin Classroom CLDE 591 LATN 506 3
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Latin Classroom CLDE 591 LATN 507 3

Up to 9 Graduate-level transfer credits may be applied to this program upon approval by CSU Pueblo and Idioma Education & Consulting. For more information, please view the Colorado State Information Guide for details on learning outcomes, curriculum and more.

To start your application, click HERE.

Still have questions? Please email graduateprograms@idiomaconsulting.com.

*Courses subject to change, please check Idioma's website for course availability.