Course Delivery Methods
Our online course delivery methods fit in perfectly with the obligations of professional educators.
The University of New England’s online learning experience is focused to provide a world-class curriculum for your Masters of Education, completely online. UNE uses the most up-to-date techniques to deliver online courses so that each student can receive maximum benefit. To reach this goal, UNE utilizes a number of modes of instruction, including media presentations, readings, discussion sessions, online assignments, and peer and professional support systems. This convenient and innovative course delivery system allows the student to access course materials from home, the office or even while traveling. The program has successfully enabled students to keep pace with the subject matter and complete the requirements of the degree on time.
Most of the course work is done according to your own schedule, although there are occasional opportunities for live web conference sessions with optional or required participation.
Learn at Home
Students access all course materials via the Internet, making information available anywhere a computer and Internet connection can be established.
Each class is broken into small groups of students. This group of peers is essential to the online learning process, because it connects you with a group of your fellow students to complete class projects and share your professional experiences. Through this interaction, you will develop a better understanding of the course content.
UNE’s course website and myUNE are the center of activity, where students will have access to assignments, exams, class e-mails and course schedules. Students also access the site to participate in discussion forums and chats.
Learn Through Workplace Applications
You will have the opportunity to apply what you learn in class to your position as an educator. Many assignments will be centered on practicing the techniques you have learned in your workplace and community. This direct application of your new skills allows you to hone them while still receiving instruction from our highly esteemed faculty.
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