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Gain the skills you need to fully integrate emerging technologies into your teaching

In our advanced graduate certificate and non-credit programs, teachers can learn how to effectively use computer applications within their classes, develop technology-based projects, create websites, get started with podcasting, integrate Skype and distance learning platforms, understand video- and photo-editing, and utilize Google tools and multimedia software for project design.  Teachers will also gain experience using peripheral devices like interactive white boards, student response systems, digital cameras, video cameras, and tablets (iPads and Android tablets).

  • All courses are taught by K-12 educators specializing in educational technology
  • Instructors infuse a hands-on, practical approach to teaching and learning
  • Projects and assignments are designed to enhance what you can do as a teacher within you own environment - often allowing teachers to bring new ideas directly into the classroom
  • Courses are offered in a hybrid format, mixing online and face-to-face instruction

Take INDIVIDUAL courses – or pursue a master's degree or Graduate Certificate

We have several course series – both graduate and non-credit – designed to enhance your pedagogical knowledge and technical skills. Courses may be taken alone or as part of one of graduate programs listed below.

Advanced Graduate Certificate

The Advanced Graduate certificate in Educational Computing  is an 18-credit program designed to show teachers how to fully integrate technology into their curricula.

Master's Degrees

For students who wish to continue their studies beyond the certificate level, these courses may be incorporated into the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies degree program. Some of them may also be used to fulfill requirements for the Master of Science in Technological Systems Management offered by the Department of Technology and Society.

Off-Campus Cohorts

Educational technology courses are offered in hybrid (classroom plus online instruction) formats in our off-campus cohorts.  

Learn More About Cohorts