Master's Degree in Teacher Leadership

Department of Teacher Education

Degree Description

The Lamar University Master of Education Degree in Teacher Leadership is available as a residential program or fully-online, and it is a non-thesis master's degree program designed to develop instructional leaders who can carry out a vision of learning to include designing curriculum, implementing research-based instructional strategies, motivating students, using assessment for learning, and engaging the community to support learning. You'll graduate from this program as a leader among leaders in education.

Why Study Teacher Leadership at Lamar?

The Master of Education Degree in Teacher Leadership at Lamar University, either on-campus or online, provides the academic climate and practical experience necessary to produce teachers and other specialists of superior competence in their chosen fields.

By establishing high expectations for all students and using data to inform curriculum development and instruction, you will learn creative instructional strategies to manage, motivate and engage all types of students at all stages of development and ability levels.

Career Paths

This degree is different from one in educational administration in that it focuses more on instructional practice and less on organizational supervision and the business and management of schools. You'll graduate with the tools and knowledge you need to become an educational leader from your classroom or in the areas of curriculum strategy and development.

Primary Careers

Educational Leader, Instructional Designer, Curriculum Developer/Strategist/Coordinator

Meet the Faculty

Faculty Member NameDr. Dorothy Sisk
Professor
Faculty Member NameDr. Freddie Titus
Assistant Professor
Faculty Member NameDr. Debbie Troxclair
Associate Professor
Faculty Member NameDr. Vanessa Villate
Associate Professor