Graduate Programs

Language with the Five Senses Education is excited to offer graduate credits on all of our professional development programs in partnership with Colorado State University Pueblo!  In addition to graduate credits, we also are proud to offer a Master's of Education (M.Ed.) in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education with the Global Seal of Biliteracy in partnership with CSU Pueblo and Avant Assessment!

Read more about the M.Ed. in Global Education and about our individual graduate courses below!

M.Ed. in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education
with the Global Seal of Biliteracy

in partnership with Colorado State University Pueblo and Avant Assessment

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LW5S Education is offering this unique Masters of Education (M.Ed) in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Eduation with the Global Seal of Biliteracy program in partnership with Colorado State University-Pueblo and Avant Assessment.

 

The coursework will focus on giving in-service and pre-service educators a toolkit for delivering an equitable 21st Century Education to all students and is based on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, the ACTFL World-Readiness Standards, the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) Standards, and the Language with the Five Senses 21st Century Education Frameworks.

 

The program was designed with the LW5S ED Sustaining beliefs at the forefront- that all teachers should speak a language and experience other cultures. Therefore this program has a required 2 or 4-week study abroad program at one of our Centers for Global Learning in Senegal, France, Spain, or Italy. All other coursework is completed online.

 

The program is designed to provide teachers with a toolkit of skills to enhance their everyday practices and teach every student equitably.

 

This 38 credit program consists of four main components:

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Fall quarter begins September 15th! Enrollment opens on May 1st!

for the full program

Payment plans available

Fall quarter begins September 15th and goes through December 1, 2022. All courses listed below are online.

  • Bringing the World into Your Classroom
    Wed, Jun 15
    Travel Programs
    Jun 15, 12:00 AM
    Travel Programs
    This course is only offered for educators traveling on GEEO programs and at the CGLs. It is not available online. If you are traveling on one of our programs, you can register for this course.
  • Intro to Global Classrooms
    Jun 29, 12:00 AM
    Dakar, Dakar, Senegal
    This course is only offered at the CGL in Dakar and not online at this time.
  • La Négritude
    Thu, Sep 15
    Moodle
    Sep 15, 12:00 AM
    Moodle
    Negritude is a framework of critique and literary theory, developed mainly by francophone intellectuals, writers, and politicians of the African diaspora during the 1930s, aimed at raising and cultivating "Black consciousness" across Africa and its diaspora.
  • The Language We Speak
    Thu, Sep 15
    Moodle
    Sep 15, 12:00 AM
    Moodle
    The languages we speak often shape our perceptions of the world around us. This course is an exploration of linguistic relativity and a study of exactly how language shapes human perceptions.
  • French A2.1
    Thu, Sep 15
    Moodle
    Sep 15, 12:00 AM
    Moodle
    This is the fourth quarter of language study. This course will cover competencies related to the following themes- celebrating an event, sharing ideas, professions, transportation, information technology, social media.
  • French A1.1
    Thu, Sep 15
    Moodle
    Sep 15, 12:00 AM
    Moodle
    The first quarter of language study. Students will be initiated in the language and learn basic communicative exchanges such as introductions, colors, numbers, likes, and dislikes, similarities and differences, navigating a city, pronouns, prepositions, and verbs in the present tense.
  • Culturally Responsive Teaching for Multilingual Learners
    Sep 15, 12:00 AM
    Moodle
    Multilingual learners experience a multitude of inequities in education, all of which were exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic. This course will specifically address and give students tools to best support multilingual learners in their classrooms. Students will review the current literature.
  • Brain-Friendly Classrooms- Neuroplasticity and Neurodiversity
    Sep 15, 12:00 AM
    Moodle
    This course focuses on learning in the brain, helping practitioners understand how the brain acquires, processes, and retains new information. This course explores the science behind learning and unifies it with the art of teaching- focusing on Growth Mindset, SMART Goals, and teaching neuro-diverse
  • Differentiation for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
    Sep 15, 12:00 AM
    Moodle
    Every student has different needs. This course is meant to show how Project Based Learning allows for ensuring equitable student success through differentiation. During this course, students will study the current literature on differentiation and Universal Design for Learning, and create a project
  • Connecting Classrooms- Technology to Enhance Global Connections and Bring the World Into the Classroom
    Sep 15, 12:00 AM
    Moodle
    Technology is a useful tool in being able to bring the world into the classroom. This course will explore the ways in which teachers can use technology to bring the world into the classroom.
  • Digital and Information Literacy for the 21st Century
    Sep 15, 12:00 AM
    Moodle
    Today's k-12 students are more connected than ever before. Students have literally all the information they could ever want at their fingertips. Promoting digital and information literacy means ensuring technology is used responsibly and safely.