Hi. I'm new student in this campu. The classes beginning in August 12, therefore I need time to evaluate other areas. I know the University of Puerto Rico- Rio Piedras campus it has a high prestige.
out of 5.0
Pro: Very well planned curriculum that trains you for a very interesting and diverse field.Great professors and dedicated students. Very good environment and location.
Cons: High cost of education, little flexibility to work while studying in the program.
out of 5.0
Curriculum & Instruction
I have been given the wonderful opportunity to attend American University as a grad student who is enrolled in the M.Ed Curriculum and Instruction. I am a DC Teaching Fellow and the fellowship has partnered with American University to provide their highly selected fellows with the opportunity to further their education. One major pro with my graduate program is that it is tailored for the working school teacher. With that being said, it does not focus on the development of new teacher but is designed to cultivate master teachers by expanding on their experiences inside the classroom paired with new insights. The support and the variety of staff is an extreme plus of the program. The professors come from all different walks of life bonded by their passion for education. My only con about the program is that the classes are held off campus which gives me a feeling of not being apart of the AU community.
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