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Teaching, Learning and Leadership

Application Deadline

February 15th, 2024

Admission for the Spring/Summer or Fall 2024 terms.

Length of Program

Two - Six Years

Full-time study in this program is completed in two years.

Program Routes

Course, Thesis, Project

Learn more aboout program routes here.

Delivery Method

Blended - Online, In Person, Remote

Courses are offered in varying delivery methods. This program has in person requirements.

Total Domestic Estimated Tuition


*Tuition is based on estimates and are subject to change.

Total International Estimated Tuition


*Tuition is based on estimates and are subject to change.

Program Overview

The Master of Education degree in Teaching, Learning and Leadership prepares individuals for development and implementation of instructional programs in elementary and secondary educational institutions and is designed to serve the needs of practicing school administrators, and for those who wish to prepare for a career in educational administration.

Students in the Master of Education in Teaching Learning and Leadership can focus their studies by choosing courses from variety of subject areas such as: Educational Leadership, Anti-oppressive Education and Teacher Activism, Arts Education, Early Childhood Education, Educational Technology, Literacy and Language Education, Mathematics Education, Science and Environmental Education, Social Studies Education, Teaching English as an Additional Language.

Sample Courses

EC&I 804 Curriculum Development (3)

This course considers key concepts and forces involved in shaping curriculum decision making, theories of curriculum and practical aspects of planning, implementation, evaluation and research.

EC&I 822 Anti-Oppressive Education and Teacher Activism (3)

A history of school and community activism ranges from words of non-cooperation to political organizing.  This course examines the politics of protest and activism that accompany theories of justice for social change with respect to race, class, gender and sexual orientation.  Students will examine their own knowledge and commitment to social justice for the community and workplace.

EC&I 832 Digital Citizenship and Media Literacies (3)
This course examines the complex nature of identity and citizenship in our digital world. Students will interrogate the interconnected areas of media literacy, online identity, and responsible participation in local and global networks as they relate to educational contexts and society at large.

EDL 826 Leadership Development in Education (3)

This course will focus on applied research in educational leadership. Based upon a review of related literature, students will conduct research relevant to educational leadership in K-12 education. Topics will include educational leadership, self awareness and leadership, the role of leadership in schools, and the application of current leadership development models to the Saskatchewan school system.

EDL 828 Leadership for Inclusive Education (3)

This course focuses on principal leadership for inclusive education. Course content includes examination of dominant discourses of disability; fundamental principles and essential elements of inclusion; overview of outcomes of inclusive education; relevant legislation and policy direction; and applied research on administrative approaches to implement, support, and sustain inclusion.

EDL 829 Supporting Indigenous Student Success (3)

This course will focus on Indigenous leadership, research, and practice that supports Indigenous student success. Successful examples of relevant Indigenous educational practice will be emphasized, with a special focus on local/regional content. An Indigenous (Nehinuw) model of effective teaching will be highlighted.

For more information contact:

Faculty of Education - Graduate Programs

Phone: (306) 585-4502