M. Ed. Educational Technology for Teachers


Experienced, currently employed, certified teachers who wish to strengthen their skills in the area of technology.

What You Learn:

The Educational Technology for Teachers M. Ed. degree focuses on technology- integrated instruction and assessment that emphasizes high-quality lesson design, critical inquiry, and building a community of learners. Studies will include a critical analysis of current and future technologies to enhance learning in the K-12 classroom through application, research, and data analysis.

The coursework for this 30-credit hour area of emphasis is offered in an 8-week format. A professional electronic portfolio, as well as projects embedded in course work, are required. The degree can be completed in two calendar years, including summers.

How You Learn:

Online: This is an online cohort program. There are no weekly class meetings required; instead, you will log in to the online courseroom to complete assignments, participate in discussion topics, and other online activities designed by your professor. You will finish one 3 credit course every 8 weeks. Following this schedule, you will complete the program in approximately 2 years.

Degree Requirements:

Course Title Hours
ED502 Teaching and Learning in the Digital World 3
ED507 The Connected Teacher Leader 3
ED511 Utilizing Technology in Classroom Research 3
ED543 Trending Tools of the Internet 3
ED551 Educational Technology/Tools for the 21st Century Learner 3
ED564 Enhancing Instruction with Technology 3
ED571 Issues and Ethics with Technology Integration 3
ED574 Analyzing and Presenting Data in the Workplace 3
ED523 Assessment and Evaluation of Teaching and Learning in the Digital Classroom 3
ED579 Educational Technology Electronic Portfolio Development 3
  Total Hours: 30

Please Note:

*School employment as a teacher in a K-12 setting is required