Students enrolled in the Educational Technology Leadership program must complete:
- Four core courses required for the Curriculum & Instruction degree
- Four concentration courses
- Two Research courses
MEd in Curriculum & Instruction - Educational Technology Leadership
EDCI 567 (3)
Contemplating a Mindset for Educational Technology
This course is designed to provide candidates with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively integrate technology into the K-12 classroom. In addition, attention is given to the importance of using technology to meet the needs of modern learners.
EDCI 568 (3)
Current and Emerging Trends in Educational Technology
This course will provide candidates with the opportunity to expand on their knowledge of and practice with current and emerging educational technology within the K-12 classroom.
EDCI 569 (3)
Research in Educational Technology
This course is designed to prepare candidates to implement and support educators as they select current research-based best practices in educational technology and incorporate those practices into their educational practice.
EDCI 570 (3)
Project-Based Learning with Educational Technology
This course is designed to offer candidates the opportunity to demonstrate their ability to develop a real-world educational technology project while integrating their prior knowledge.
EDGR 601 (3)
This course provides students with the basic competencies necessary to understand and evaluate the research of others, and to plan their own research with a minimum of assistance. This course includes the basics of both qualitative and quantitative research.
The Master of Education culminates with one of three additional research courses:
Any of the above options provide candidates with an understanding of the role of research in the field of education as a tool to solve problems and as a way to improve student learning.