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MAT at USC Online Overview: Earn Your Master of Arts in Teaching Degree Online

February 14, 2020

In developing the technology
behind the MAT USC, we challenged ourselves to
create an online learning environment that incorporates
important aspects of the on-campus
experience, enabling current and aspiring
teachers in the US and around the world
to become USC Trojans. You’ll attend live
online classes on a weekly basis,
where you’ll actively engage with your professor and
classmates in real-time face to face discussions,
sharing your thoughts, listening to the experiences
of your classmates, and synthesizing ideas
to understand and tackle the issues facing
today’s classrooms. You’ll have 24 hour access
to stimulating coursework, including readings,
class assignments, and original documentary
style videos. Teachers can help
students to engage in critical conversations
and understand the process of
reasoned discussion. An internet connection makes
it possible to study anytime and anywhere you find
it convenient to do so. On your schedule, on your
terms, be a mouse click away from checking your
upcoming assignments or viewing your professor’s
office hours, and just a few clicks from joining an
interactive community, where you can chat with
classmates, post and comment on their walls, join
communities, form study groups, and network your way into
the USC Trojan family of esteemed educators
around the world. Through the simplicity of
point and shoot video cameras, you can even share
and receive feedback on your classroom
teaching experiences. And as you study and hone
your teaching skills, you’ll build a
web-based portfolio of your best work, a great
tool for prospective employers. We’ve also developed
an iPad and iPhone app that enables you to access all
of your coursework and interact with faculty and peers,
just as you would on the web-based platform,
truly keeping you connected to an interactive
community dedicated educators no matter where you are. A true campus experience. A trailblazing master of
arts and teaching program. The [email protected],
interactive technology has made it possible. USC’s Rossier
school of education has made it extraordinary.

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