With a master's in curriculum and instruction, you will improve learning opportunities through leadership, with the potential to have far-reaching impact.
Instructional supervisors become decision-makers, consultants, and specialists that advise administrators, teachers and other professional personnel in the planning and implementation of educational programs.
Jobs may include:
- Instructional Coach
- Instructional Specialist
- Curriculum Instructional Specialist
- Content Coach
- Lead Teacher
- Curriculum Coordinator
- Department Chair
- Peer Evaluator
- Induction Specialist
Job descriptions may include:
- Directing the planning, development, field-testing, and evaluation of curricula;
- Managing the textbook adoption process;
- Directing the publication and provision of division-wide instructional-related staff development;
- Supervising development of instructional guidelines, policies, regulations, and official notices;
- Interpreting statutes and regulations for staff and community;
- Managing the preparation of office budget requests and monitors expenditures.