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Online Master of Education (MEd) in Teaching and Technology

New media skills for new learning environments

Technology and media are driving a revolution in learning, teaching and training in both the traditional classroom and the corporate learning center. Technology encourages a new way of learning that fosters cooperation, collaboration, problem solving and higher order thinking skills that are valuable throughout life. The William Woods University Master of Education in Teaching and Technology degree will prepare you to stay at the leading edge of this trend and use your learning to enhance the learning of others, wherever you choose to apply it.

And, unlike many other advanced education degrees, no bachelors in education is required.

The (M.Ed.) degree includes courses about education, research and technology that support enhanced teaching methods through the use of technology. It combines the academic excellence and student-centered culture of William Woods University with the convenience and affordability of a nationally-recognized online education program. You’ll be using the latest online educational tools, and you’ll be collaborating with like-minded peers. Expect to form networking and mentoring relationships that will have value long after you complete the degree.

Your Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree at work

If you work in a school district, it will enhance your instructional skills with the potential to advance you to a position as an instructional technology coordinator or instructional technology coach. As a business trainer or multimedia specialist, you will find these skills invaluable in meeting sales training, professional development and other corporate learning goals. The learning you gain will enable you to research and evaluate new tools, design materials and programs that incorporate them, and assess their effectiveness.


You must have a 2.5 GPA in your undergraduate degree to be considered for admission.

This degree aligns with the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards and National Education Technology Standards. Teachers currently certified in the enhancing Missouri’s Instructional Networked Teaching (eMINTS) program may apply for up to nine hours of credential learning credit based on their level of certification.



Current Issues



Research Design



Teaching and Learning in the New Digital Landscape



Software Applications for Academic Programs



Instructional Design with Technology



Integration of Multimedia Production and Curriculu



Teaching and Technology Capstone Project



Appraisal of Student Learning


One more thing

As you may know, the state of Missouri is a pioneer in the field of research in technology, learning and teaching. As you study for this degree, you’ll be applying in the classroom tomorrow what you learn online tonight.

Your digital classroom. Available anywhere.

William Woods online graduate programs are available to students across the country. From our main campus in Fulton, Missouri and beyond, our online graduates hail from California, Illinois, Kansas, Washington and many more.

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