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Education- Teaching and Technology

Delivery Method: Online

The Master of Education degree in Teaching and Technology is intended to provide the student with the advanced skills necessary to plan and deliver the most effective instructional unit through the integration of technology in teaching and learning. Aligned to the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) and the International Society for Technology in Education Teacher Standards (ISTE-T), the degree program incorporates instructional design with technology, integrating academic application, and multimedia production with the latest applied theories of learning. Teachers currently holding eMINTS certification may apply for up to nine hours of Credential Learning credit, based on the level of the certificates they hold. Credentialed Learning credit for eMINTS Certification If student comes in with Comprehensive eMINTS certification, we will transcript Credentialed Learning credits for up to 9 credit hours on the following courses: • EDU558 Software Application for Academic Programs ? TRA500 EMINTS I • EDU530 Applied Instructional Theories and Strategies Using Technology ? TRA500 EMINTS II • EDU571 Integration of Multimedia Production and Curriculum ? TRA500 EMINTS III If student comes in with eMINTS4All certification, we will transcript Credentialed Learning credits for 3 credit hours on the following course: • EDU530 Applied Instructional Theories and Strategies Using Technology ? TRA500 EMINTS II Students will be charged the per credit hour fee for Credentialed Learning credits. Course sequence • Students will take EDU543 as the first course of the program. Students who do not pass the course with a final grade of B or higher may be required to repeat the course before continuing on in the program. • EDU589 is designed as the capstone course and should be taken after all other program courses are completed. Qualifications: 1. Bachelor degree from a regionally accredited college or university; 2. Undergraduate grade point average of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale; 3. 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. ADMISSION PROCEDURES No candidate will be considered for admission until the following are submitted and assessment is completed. 1. Graduate Application https://owlnet.williamwoods.edu/ICS/Apply_for_Admission.jnz?portlet=Apply_Online_2012-05-09T10-43-56-560&formname=Graduate+College 2. Official transcripts showing Bachelor degree. Only transcripts received in a sealed envelope directly from the sending school will be considered official. Documents should be submitted to: Mail Graduate College William Woods University One University Ave. Fulton, MO 65251 Or Email Graduateadmissions@williamwoods.edu

Course List - Total Hours: 30.00


Course # Course Title Hours
EDU 520 Research Design 3.00
EDU 543 Teaching and Learning in the New Digital Landscape 3.00
EDU 558 Software Applications for Academic Programs 3.00
EDU 559 Current Issues in Teaching and Learning 3.00
EDU 561 Instructional Design w/ Technology 3.00
EDU 571 Integration of Multimedia Production and Curriculum 3.00
EDU 589 Teaching and Technology Capstone Project 6.00
EDU 590 Appraisal Of Student Learning 3.00

Required Electives

Elective Hours
Learning/Instruction Elective - 3 Credits 3.00

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