Graduate Programs in Classroom Technology
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These programs are offered in a completely ONLINE format.
(You may also choose a face-to-face delivery option.)
The Master of Education in Classroom Technology (34 hours) program is an opportunity for teachers who want to earn a Master's degree and learn to use technology to enhance their students’ learning. The program is focused on skills and content related to 21st century teaching and learning. In addition, graduates will be prepared to demonstrate leadership capabilities for local, state or national educational technology initiatives. Students may apply for the Computer Technology Endorsement from the Ohio Department of Education after completing the 16 hours of coursework identified for this credential. In addition, students completing the identified EDFI courses (6300, 6400, and 6960) will receive the K-12 Online Teaching and Learning Graduate Certificate.
The Graduate Computer Technology Endorsement Certificate (16 hours) may be earned apart from completing the entire Master's degree. Teachers with this endorsement will be prepared to not only provide leadership capabilities for local, state or national educational technology initiatives but also will be licensed to teach computer science courses, K-12. Students may apply for the Computer Technology Endorsement from the Ohio Departent of Education after completing the 16 hours of coursework identified for this credential.
The Master of Education in Classroom Technology and the Graduate Computer Technology Endorsement Certificate are offered to cohorts, groups of students who begin the program together and progress through the sequence of courses together. Cohorts are begun each semester, including fall (Sept.-Nov.), spring (Jan.-March), summer one (April-June) and summer two (June-July) sessions.
Full-time students may begin coursework in the summer and complete the full masters degree by spring of the following year. Graduate assistantships are available for full-time students and should be applied for by January, to be eligible for the following fall/spring assistantship awards. Download introductory brochure.
Course Descriptions and a Sample Course Sequence can be viewed by clicking here or using the links in the menu at the left. Answers to Frequently Asked Questions, such as information on transfer credits, and when classes are scheduled are similarly available.
This site, via the menus at the left, contains the most complete written information about our program. If you have additional questions, please contact Dr. Lan Li, Program Coordinator at (419) 372-7335 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you'd like to have an informational meeting held in your school, or
if you are interested in starting a site in your school district, please contact Dr. Allison Goedde, Cohort Coordinator
The majority of our face-to-face cohorts are located in districts 30 - 60 minutes from Bowling Green, with an up-to-date classroom computer lab. We need at least 15 students to form a cohort in your district.