Master of Education
LDL: Technology Specialist
Technology Specialist (LDL:TSE) prepares educators to better understand technology and know how to use it in their classroom or workplace. Students will learn about emerging technologies and about their implications on teaching and learning. Students in this program will earn a Master of Education (EdM) in Education Policy, Organization and Leadership with a concentration in Learning Design and Leadership.
Typical Plan of Study (minimum 32 hours)
- EPOL 480: Technology & Educational Reform (crosslisted with EPS 415)
- EPOL 481: New Learning (crosslisted with EPS 431)
- EPOL 483: Learning Technologies (crosslisted with HRD 472)
- EPOL 580: Ubiquitous Learning (crosslisted with EPS 506)
- EPSY 408: Learning & Hum Dev w/ EdTech
- EPSY 556: Analysis of Educational Tech
Select 2 Electives
- CI 433: Foundations of Bilingual Education
- CI 446: Culture in the Classroom
- CI 477: Biling ESL Methods & Material
- CI 517: Bilingual and English as a Second Language Assessment
- CI 560: Trends & Issues Language Arts
- EPOL 486: New Media & Learner Differences
- EPOL 534: Assessment for Learning (crosslisted with EPS 535)
- EPOL 582: New Media and Literacies (crosslisted with EPS 554)
- EPOL 583: Learning Ecologies (crosslisted with HRD 572)
- EPOL 584: Innovation in eLearning (crosslisted with HRD 575)
- ERAM 556: Program Evaluation
Note: All Master's degree students must complete a minimum 12 credit hours coursework at the 500 level in Education.
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