Think back to the early courses of your MEd or MEd-EDL program. Which major problem in education interested you at that time? What were the proposed solutions scholars suggested then? What solutions did you suggest then? Did you work on that same problem in the Capstone course? Why or why not? It is fine if you did not.
Now consider your knowledge, skills, and attitudes as a researcher and writer. What changes have you seen in your research and writing abilities since the start of the program?
Imagine that you are being asked to advise a new MEd or MEd-EdL student about the skills an NCU graduate ought to possess. Give the new student one example of how you would apply what you learned in this program to your chosen problem from Week 3 for only the program learning outcome that corresponds to your program.
MEd: Investigate evidence-based solutions for addressing educational, organizational, and community issues.
MEd-EdL: Facilitate effective educational leadership vision and integrity through strategic planning involving data-driven decision-making and evidence-based practice.
2 pages long.