November 28, 2012
Lake Erie College to Host M.Ed. Information Night(Painesville, Ohio) – Lake Erie College will host a Master of Education (M.Ed.) information night on Wednesday, November 28 at 4:30 p.m. in the Ernst Board Room in the Garfield Center on the Lake Erie College campus.
The Lake Erie College M.Ed. program is designed to address the needs of teachers in today’s school systems. Teachers are exposed to contemporary political, societal and public issues that impact classroom practices and procedures. The M.Ed. program is designed to further develop the knowledge, skills and performance of practitioners to promote their own professionalism and to ultimately improve the educational enterprise. The M.Ed. curriculum is delivered by our graduate faculty using a blended learning model that meets the demands of modern educators’ professional and personal lives.
Students can be admitted to the M.Ed. graduate program during the Spring/January semester, the Summer/May session or the Fall/August semester. The program requires the completions of three components for a minimum of 32 semester hours of credit.
Register today by phone at 440-375-7367, online at www.lec.edu/medinfonight or email Sue Wovrosh at firstname.lastname@example.org.