Master of Education in Classroom Technology
(Note: We reserve the right to adjust the courses offered, course sequence and content as necessary to continually upgrade and improve the program.)
THE FOLLOWING COURSES ARE ALL AVAILABLE ONLINE!
16 Hours – Computer Endorsement Coursework
EDTL 6310 (3) Technology in the 21st Century Classroom
In this introductory course, students will explore technology integration strategies and tools appropriate for use in the 21st Century classroom as well as develop an understanding of technology operations and concepts, plan, design, and model effective learning environments and multiple experiences supported by technology.
EDTL 6320 (3) Technology Leadership and Professional Development
This course is designed as an introduction to leadership principles and practices for technology integration professionals working within an educational environment. (EDTL 6310 & EDTL 6360, prerequisites)
EDTL 6330 (3) Dynamic Media I
Introduction to dynamic media including the creation of dynamic-media based materials for presentation purposes and student interactive use, as well as an introduction to instructional design principles. (EDTL 6310 & EDTL 6360, prerequisites)
EDTL 6350 (3) Real World School Tech
This course is an exploration of school technology problems and dilemmas along with strategies and methods to solve technology issues and obstacles. Real technology troubleshooting will be experienced. (EDTL 6310 & EDTL 6360, prerequisites)
EDTL 6360 (3) Internet in the Educational Community
This course will provide an introduction to methods and models of using the Internet effectively in the classroom. Numerous educational topics involving the Internet will be explored including: research, web tools, information technologies, website validity, multimedia on the web, inquire-based activities, open source options, media literacy, and ethics.
EDTL 6390 (1) Special Topics in Classroom Technology (diverse field experience) or EDFI 6960 (4) Supervised Teaching in E-Learning
Consideration of current topics in classroom technology, for example: classroom technology and science education, equity and classroom technology, classroom technology and adaptive devices, and constructivism and classroom technology. Content will vary by offering.
Additional 18 Hours – The Master’s Degree in Classroom Technology
EDTL 6150 (3), Information Literacy for Teaching and Learning or EDFI 6300(3) Psychological Foundations of E-Learning
Examines and promotes the lifelong information literacy skills of locating, evaluating and effectively using information resources and instructional models to create quality standards-based PS-12 research assignments.
EDTL 6340 (3) Dynamic Media II or EDFI 6400 (3) Educational Technology and Society
Using dynamic media to promote higher order thinking skills in an engaging student environment. (EDTL 6330, prerequisite)
EDFI 6450 (3) Using Assessment and Research to Improve Practice (or EDFI 6410, Educational Statistics)
This course will engage participants in an action/research project to explore best practices of technology integration.
EDFI 6420 (3) Research in Education
Identification and evaluation of research problems, research designs, use of library resources, data gathering, and writing research reports.
EDTL 6180 (3) Technology Tools for E-Learning
This course is designed to assist K-12 teachers in developing the knowledge and skills necessary to deliver their course curriculum in various digital forms for e-learning. Another goal of the course is to help teachers apply and evaluate the effectiveness of digital tools used to promote student learning in online and blended educational environments.
EDTL 6380 (3) Seminar in Classroom Technology
This course is an investigation of relevant topics and readings in technology and education. Preparation and presentation of a piece of research in technology and education will be explored.