Curriculum and Instruction: Instructional Technology M.Ed.

This is a Master’s degree program, which is aligned with state and national standards and the Standards for Technology by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).

This 30 semester hour program will address teachers’ needs and desires by empowering them with the knowledge and instructional strategies to effectively integrate technology into a standards-based curriculum in schools.

  • To evaluate existing hardware and software resources in P-12 schools.
  • To integrate technology resources to improve learning and teaching in the most effective ways.
  • To design and develop instructional material and/or learning environments to support the needs of diverse populations, including at-risk students and students with disabilities.
  • To plan, implement and evaluate instructional technology use in instruction.
  • To understand ethical, legal and responsible technology use in instruction.

See complete admission requirements in College of Education introduction.

Degree Requirements

I. Education Core Courses (6)

53-535Methods and Techniques of Educational Research

3

or

52-575Practical Research for Learning Communities

3

51-557Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment for School Improvement

3

II. Technology Courses (24)

53-514Integrating Technology for Teaching and Learning I

3

53-520Technology Leadership and Staff Development

3

53-524Integrating Technology for Teaching and Learning II

3

53-530Instructional/Multimedia Design and Development

3

53-531Interactive Graphics

3

53-532Web Design and Development

3

53-534Online Virtual Learning Technologies in Education

3

53-540Seminar in Instructional Technology

3

III. Comprehensive Exam