194 Dartmouth College Highway, Lebanon, NH

(603) 678-4888

194 Dartmouth College Highway, Lebanon, NH

(603) 678-4888

MASTERY comes from ADVANCED STUDY and PRACTICE

  • Teach
  • earn your masters
    in teaching

  • Lead
  • earn your masters in
    school leadership

  • Improve
  • discover professional
    development opportunities

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Practice and performance oriented, our programs are intended to help you become the educator you want to be. We offer advanced degrees for teachers and leaders seeking to develop their skills to benefit their students, colleagues, schools and communities.

 

MASTERY COMES FROM ADVANCED STUDY

AND PRACTICE

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When schools change lives, it is because of the vision, commitment, and skills of the teacher and leaders.

Take your teaching or teacher leadership to the next level with UVGSE’s Master of Arts in Teaching degree.

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Mastery comes from advanced study and practice.

The Upper Valley Graduate School of Education offers advanced degrees and engages reflective teachers and leaders in developing their practice for the benefit of their students, colleagues, schools and communities.

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The most accomplished educators never stop improving and developing.

UVGSE offers professional development to support your continued growth towards master teacher, teacher leader and school leader. Far from traditional professional development, out programs emphasize collaboration, practice and feedback. Credit and clock-hour-only options are available.

98% UVGSE placement rate
2011 Year launched, with 76 alumni to date
98% UVGSE Graduate Satisfaction Rate (3 year average)
Doing the Real Work
When we ask participants why they choose UVGSE, the top answer, consistently, is that they are attracted to learning by doing. “You are expected to do the real work,” said Laurie Greenberg, assistant principal at Mt. Abraham Union Middle and High School, and principal program graduate.
Experiential Learning
At UVGSE, the experience precedes learning. Educators are trying things BEFORE they have all the knowledge and skills they need. We are firmly committed to the power of experiential learning, and we hear frequently from participating educators that a new practice they attempted resulted in failure, but with that failure comes a powerful new understanding of the desired practice, and a sense of progress.

The Upper Valley Graduate School of Education engages reflective teachers and leaders in developing their practice for the benefit of their students, colleagues, schools and communities.

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