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M.Ed. Experience Videos

Learn first-hand about teachers’ experiences in Saint Mary's Master of Education Teaching and Learning program. In the following videos, you'll hear teachers share their experiences learning in the Lasallian tradition – as they work with others to develop skills and strategies that benefit them personally and professionally.

Click on the video titles below to learn how these teachers achieved the skills that allowed them to become inner-directed teachers, collaborative inquirers, leaders in educational communities, and gain understanding of the importance of relationship-driven learning.

Inner-Directed Teachers
Inner-directed teachers grow with the Lasallian spirit in Saint Mary's Master of Education in Teaching and Learning.

Collaborative Inquiry

Cognitive coaching facilitates active, mutual problem solving. At Saint Mary's Master of Education in Teaching and Learning program, teachers will learn together through collaborative inquiry.

Reflection as a State of Mind
Saint Mary's Master of Education in Teaching and Learning program provides a reflective environment, helping teachers to better understand themselves both as teachers and as learners – to expand their capabilities and potential.

Relationship Driven Learning
Relationship driven learning is a central component in the unique Lasallian tradition of Saint Mary's Master of Education in Teaching and Learning.

Teachers as Leaders in Educational Communities
At Saint Mary's, teachers in the Master of Education in Teaching and Learning program become change agents – with the confidence and skills to be leaders in the educational community.