The Woodrow Wilson Academy is focused on you as a learner. As a prospective teacher, you get to determine the speed of your coursework, the sequence of what you are studying, and, more importantly, how you are able to demonstrate mastery of all of the elements a beginning teacher must know and be able to do to succeed in the classroom. This time-variable program allows prospective educators to make it their own. In this video, Rupal Jain, Director of Clinical Practice and Student Support at the WW Academy, talks about the adaptive nature of the WW Academy curriculum, allowing student to progress through the program at their own pace.
The WW Academy is now accepting applications for its master’s degree. Candidates will progress through a problem-based, individualized, adaptive curriculum by mastering core teaching competencies. WW Academy students experience the challenge-based curriculum in a blended environment, including online and face-to-face learning. Master’s candidates are also immersed in clinical settings in Boston-area public schools. Throughout their first two years of teaching they will receive continued mentoring and professional development. For more information about the program and the application process, click here.