This program assumes that you are already a technology-integrating teacher, who models NETS-T standards. The program is designed to support your growth to a NETS-TF (technology facilitator) level.
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 Certificate.
Program strength and uniqueness
- Focus on customized, individualized coursework to meet each student’s unique needs and interests.
- Students are supported in using course projects to transform their current classrooms in innovative, practical ways.
- Courses taught by distinguished, nationally-recognized tenured faculty with expertise in e-learning, digital divide, dynamic media and 21st century innovative teaching/learning issues.
- Program graduates lead in state and national initiatives including Straight-A grant projects,
This is a sample of a course sequence for a cohort that starts in Fall semester. The first 6 courses are those for the Computer Technology Endorsement Certificate.
Computer Endorsement (16 Credit Hours)
EDTL 6310 - Technology in the 21st Century Classroom
EDTL 6360 - Internet in the Educational Community
EDTL 6320 - Technology Leadership and Professional Development
EDTL 6330 - Dynamic Media I
EDTL 6350 - Real World School Tech
EDTL 6390 - Special Topics in Classroom Technology
Begin Masters Work (18 Additional Credit Hours)
EDFI 6450 - Using Assessment and Research to Improve Practice (or EDFI 6410, Educational Statistics)
EDTL 6150 - Information Literacy for Teaching & Learning
EDTL 6340 - Dynamic Media II
EDFI 6420 - Research in Education
EDTL 6180 - Technology Tools for E-Learning
EDTL 6380: Final Seminar (Project Based)
Submit Your Graduate College Application Online
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Note: All graduate level programs use the same Graduate College Application. A $45 nonrefundable application fee is assessed for domestic applications. The international application fee is $75.
Submit Official Transcripts and Standardized Test Scores
Submit scanned copies of official or unofficial transcripts from all institutions attended to the Graduate College. Upon admission, final official transcripts from each degree granting institution must be submitted.
Official transcripts and test scores are to be sent to:
120 McFall Center
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH 43403
Test scores must be within the past ten years and non-original
scores must be notarized. TOEFL scores are required from applicants
whose native language is not English. For information on the
GRE/Praxis/TOEFL tests, visit the Educational Testing
Submit a Letter of Interest
You will upload this as part of the online application process for this program.
- Specification of the session to which you are applying, such as “Online Fall 1, 2017".
- One to three paragraphs describing your experience with technology, and particularly technology in the classroom.
- One to three paragraphs describing what interests you about earning a master’s degree in classroom technology. (Why are you applying for this program?)