Our online degree programs are designed for busy working adults just like you – intentionally structured to allow you to balance work, life and other commitments. As a student of ACU Online, you are part of a vibrant, virtual, Christ-centered community.
About the Program
ACU’s online Master of Education in Instruction and Learning program allows you to improve your craft and become a master teacher—capable of increasing learning for your students and your peers. It also equips you to handle the growing diversity of today’s classrooms. Combine data-driven decision making with a faith-based perspective to lead with purpose based upon the foundation of Christian vocation.
All the Details on Your Degree
The M.Ed. Instruction and Learning is available only for cohort enrollment with K-12 schools; it is not available for individual enrollment. This program does not lead to licensure.
Meeting the Learning Challenge
Managing Data to Improve Student Learning
Leading Evolving Digital Learning Systems
Upcoming Start Dates
January 10, 2023
March 7, 2023
COMMON JOB TITLES
Instructional Design Specialist
Professional Development Trainer
Your knowledge of school governance, finance, legislation, leadership, and strategic planning will be improved by this online master’s program. The Education Leadership concentration will equip you with the skills needed to oversee instructors, create and execute curriculum standards, and enhance how your team supports students in achieving their academic objectives in a contemporary educational setting. Along with these techniques, you’ll learn how to better communicate with parents, the general public, and district administrators.
Learning with Emerging Technologies
How fast and successfully does your school or district adopt and use new technology? With the Learning with Emerging Technologies (LET) concentration, start planning and get a head start. All aspects of technology-enhanced learning environments are covered in these courses, including course design and development, problem-solving techniques, the assessment of emerging technology methods, the theory and structure of instructional design, adult motivation, and self-directed learning.
Meet the Program Director
Dr. Alline Sada, Master of Education in Instruction and Learning
Dr. Alline Sada joins the faculty as assistant dean of K-12 leadership and educator development. She is a passionate educator with a multidisciplinary background in strategic planning, design thinking and educational technology. Alline brings expertise from a broad range of projects, including talent development, school improvement, product development, business operations, and workshop planning and facilitation.She advocates the mindful use of technology as a tool for teaching and learning and has served as a thought leader promoting the inclusion of technology with Google, Apple, ASCD and others.
Alline received her Doctor of Education with a concentration in Global Educational Leadership from Lamar University. Seven years ago, she and her family moved from Monterrey, Mexico, to the Texas Hill Country where they currently reside. Her husband, Edmundo Ayala, owns a managed IT service company, and they have three children.
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