Part time Doctorate in Education in District of Columbia in USA

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One must accomplish two things when earning a PhD. First one must understand a particular subject thoroughly. Secondly, one must extensively in knowledge about that subject.

Teaching can be very frustrating if you do not advance your education skills and knowledge to doctorate level. This will enable you to understand the concepts better and deliver quality content to your students. It will also enable you to understand the student's behavior well.

Education in the United States is mainly provided by the public sector, with control and funding coming from three levels: state, local, and federal, in that order. The common requirements to study at a higher education level in United States will include your admissions essay (also known as the statement of purpose or personal statement), transcript of records, recommendation/reference letters, language tests

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PhD in Education

The George Washington University - Graduate School Of Education & Human Development
Campus 4 years September 2017 USA Washington

At the Graduate School of Education and Human Development (GSEHD), we recognize that our progress as individuals and communities, nationally and globally, must embrace an understanding of education as both a field of practice and a field of study. This Ph.D. program will concentrate on innovative solutions to critical national and global problems in which education and human development play a significant role but which require theoretical and methodological tools from multiple disciplines. [+]

Part time Doctoral Degrees in Education in District of Columbia in USA. Doctorate in Education At the Graduate School of Education and Human Development (GSEHD), we recognize that our progress as individuals and communities, nationally and globally, must embrace an understanding of education as both a field of practice and a field of study. This Ph.D. program will concentrate on innovative solutions to critical national and global problems in which education and human development play a significant role but which require theoretical and methodological tools from multiple disciplines. Unique in comparison to peer institutions, students will be selected for GSEHD's Ph.D. in education based on a commitment to the exploration, research, analysis, and problem solving of a compelling key challenge of our time. From the first day of admission to the program, students will be part of a Cross-Disciplinary Research Team of faculty and peers. Over four years of intensive study, as part of a team, students will test and create theories, pursue research, and build knowledge to pioneer ground-breaking, integrated solutions to urgent issues. The Ph.D. Cross-disciplinary Research Teams (CRT) build on our faculty’s intellectual strengths, research interests, and professional success while also drawing upon the community of colleagues across GW. In working with their CRT, doctoral students will be encouraged to take an expansive approach to solving problems by integrating perspectives from the fields of education, philosophy, economics, sociology, anthropology, psychology, neuroscience, health, and law. Washington, D.C., offers a unique environment for discovery, scholarship, and meaningful contribution to national and global policy and practice. As members of a CRT, graduates will be positioned to inform, inspire, and influence debate and decision making from local school districts to the federal government, from national research foundations to global institutions including the World Bank Group. We anticipate the inaugural CRTs to begin in fall 2017. Selection for the program is competitive and based on past achievements and fit to the goals and mission of the program. Along with other application materials, interested applicants must submit a statement of purpose articulating a cross-disciplinary education research topic, a rationale supporting the study of that topic, and how it fits within the selected CRT. The topic for the first CRT has been selected and will explore education and inequality at a local, national, and global scale. Additional CRTs may be developed in September 2016, and if so, information will be posted on this website. Admission Requirements Degree Master’s degree in a field relevant to the proposed cross-disciplinary graduate study. Transcripts Official transcripts from every institution attended whether or not a degree was completed; graduate and undergraduate. Standardized Test Scores Official GRE Test scores not older than five years. International students must also submit TOEFL scores not older than two years. TOEFL score minimum for admission is 100 on the Internet-based or 600 paper-based; IELTS of 7.0. The institutional code is 5246. Recommendations Required Three (3) letters of recommendation. Letters will document potential for analytical thinking, research skills/experiences, scholarly history and writing capabilities, and capacity to explore cross-disciplinary/complex issues. Statement of Purpose An essay of 750 - 1200 words, in which the candidate states his/her purpose in undertaking cross-disciplinary graduate study including: (a) rationale for seeking a Ph.D. in the specified cross-disciplinary research focus; (b) articulation of academic objectives, and long-range professional goals; (c) focus and overview of research interests, and (d) how his/her background and related qualifications have prepared him/her for this work. Curriculum Vitae Current curriculum vitae. Writing Sample (Optional) Candidates are encouraged to submit a current writing sample. The sample should reflect the candidate’s abilities to articulate complex ideas and to utilize evidence in support of his/her arguments. The writing sample should also provide an example of the candidate’s research skills, as well as her/his engagement with scholarship in pursuing his/her research interests. Participation in Interview Interview by faculty including a presentation and scholarly discussion of how the candidate’s work will fit with the proposed topic of the Cross-Disciplinary Research Team. CRT1 Education and Inequality Schooling offers the opportunity for social and economic mobility. Education also can maintain and harden social stratification. The inaugural Cross Disciplinary Research Team (CRT) will study the intersection of access and identity as two key areas informing consideration of education and inequality. Multiple research problems are being considered and will be refined with the input of the inaugural cohort of doctoral students. Areas of questioning include gender, citizen, disability, ethnic, racial, and conflict related identity as they intersect with access to K-12, higher education and social services. The CRT agenda may include questions such as: How does exposure to positive psychology based interventions in K-12 settings affect post-secondary enrollment and success for students with disabilities? What defines resilience and how is it measured? What is the experience and impact of stereotyping on student performance? What policies and structures facilitate higher education retention, performance and completion for marginalized populations? How do higher education systems react to unanticipated streams of migrants seeking access? Are there differences in the experience of first and second generation immigrants? How is immigration influencing adolescent perspectives on global civic and political views? What is the relationship between adolescent national identity and perspectives on gender and racial inequality? When inequality is present, social and economic differences often harden identities causing conflict and unrest. Join our CRT and search for ways to create opportunities for learning, civic education, economic advancement and social mobility. Transformation Begins Here 
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EdD - Human & Organization Learning and Executive Leadership Programs

The George Washington University - Graduate School Of Education & Human Development
Campus Part time June 2017 USA Washington

The Doctor of Education in Human and Organizational Learning (HOL) at The George Washington University (GW) is designed to provide professionals with a foundation in relevant theories, concepts, and practices, focusing on the inter-relationships among people, organizations and learning. The Program prepares learners to challenge assumptions through critical reflection, and foster group and self-directed learning. Theory, research, and practice are balanced throughout the curriculum. The HOL Department is a two-time recipient of the Academy of Human Resource Development's "Outstanding Program" Award. It is the first program in this multidisciplinary field in the United States, having been established in 1958. [+]

Ed.D. - Human & Organization Learning and Executive Leadership Programs The Program The Doctor of Education in Human and Organizational Learning (HOL) at The George Washington University (GW) is designed to provide professionals with a foundation in relevant theories, concepts, and practices, focusing on the inter-relationships among people, organizations and learning. The Program prepares learners to challenge assumptions through critical reflection, and foster group and self-directed learning. Theory, research, and practice are balanced throughout the curriculum. The HOL Department is a two-time recipient of the Academy of Human Resource Development's "Outstanding Program" Award. It is the first program in this multidisciplinary field in the United States, having been established in 1958. Our Students Typically, students are working professionals who are in mid- or senior-level positions. They include managers, consultants, and self-employed business owners from leading organizations of varying size and type. They also bring a variety of educational backgrounds, with degrees in fields such as business, education, health and medical sciences, engineering, and technology. Students are encouraged to form learning communities to provide collective support, promote action learning, and model a learning culture. The HOL doctoral program is available in the following two formats: Foggy Bottom Campus Doctoral Program - Part-time or full-time study - Classes meet weekday evenings on GW's main campus Executive Leadership Program (ELP) - Cohort delivery - Classes meet one weekend per month on GW's Virginia Science and Technology Campus in Ashburn, VA [-]