Program Highlights & Benefits
100% Online Program
2 year or less completion time, including holiday breaks
No GRE or admission tests
No weekend classes
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.
Park University is a pioneer in developing innovation online graduate programs for working professionals. This M.Ed. program is tailored for classroom teachers to apply what they learn during the program to improve and enhance learning directly in their classrooms.
Graduates will learn new strategies and techniques for utilizing technology to increase student engagement, retention, and mastery of outcomes in their classrooms. They will become an instrumental leader for other teachers in promoting the use of technology for learning.
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.
|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|
*School employment as a teacher in a K-12 setting is required.