This M.Ed. program will provide you with a firm foundation in integrating technologies into the school curriculum.
Develop an individualized program of technology courses and electives that will help you meet your precise instructional goals. In the capstone course, you synthesize knowledge gained throughout the program, and a full-semester practicum allows you to apply knowledge directly to a classroom.
Assessment, teaching and learning with digital media, supporting all learners with technology, human development, and designing curriculum that integrates technology are covered in this dynamic program. Study with experienced faculty in small classes that offer individualized attention and a community of learners.
This hands-on course teaches the integration of a broad range of technologies that foster a school climate and culture that actively supports learning for all students, including students with disabilities and students who are culturally and linguistically diverse. Participants develop the knowledge and skills to support diverse learners, including: understanding the learning characteristics of these students; leveraging digital media to support collaborative learning opportunities; evaluating and selecting appropriate computer-based applications and online tools; experimenting with and using assistive technologies; integrating technologies into the curriculum; and discussing trends and research that support these students in the classroom.
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