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Re: Have Advice on Working towards Masters??

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Davissw
Sun, 14 Nov 1999 11:05:25 EST


Dear Larry,
I went through a progaram via video. It was through Marygrove College in
Detroit. I recieved my masters in teaching (MAT) I currently mentor teachers
in the same program now. We have students in New Jersey, Michigan, Ohio and
I think W.Virginia. This same program is in other colleges throughout the
country. It was developed with Lee Canter who makes most of the videos. The
program consists of a series of videos, working with other teachers in your
area that enroll in the program and sending your group work and individual
work to your mentor for grading. The courses are great. They are all
current education topics and very helpful in the classroom. The classes I
mentor are called "The High Performing Teacher" and Multiple Intelligences
and learning Styles". I highly recommend this program. It is very flexable
and you don't have to attend class on campus. The things I learned in this
program have brought new life to my teaching. I was sable to get my masters
without writing a thesis and in only 5 semesters. I think if you contact the
Lee Canter Institute in California you could find if it is available in your
area.
susan in mi

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