Students in the Master of Education in World Language Instruction participate in hands-on learning and observations at Concordia Language Villages in Bemidji, Minnesota.
While in Bemidji, students learn about immersion methodologies, content-based instruction, and methods of assessment.
M.Ed. students develop supportive relationships and community in their cohorts.
M.Ed. students spend part of the month of July on campus at Concordia College, where they complete two courses in research methodologies and technology for the world language classroom.
In this program, emphasis is placed on the use of innovative technologies to enhance world language instruction and learning.
The Master of Education in world language instruction program is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
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Degree Completion Assistance
Concordia Language Village employees may be considered for a $1,000 award of Degree Completion Assistance toward their tuition.Details