Educators across the globe have gone to computer software to enhance student learning. Technology provides easy access to education, encourages wide participation, and serves different learning styles. Experienced educators are needed to educate other teachers in how to implement technology into the classroom and curriculum.
Professionals with a degree in Educational... Technology are vital to how and what students learns. Degrees in Educational Technology, also known as Learning Technology, are usually offered at the master's and doctorate levels. Often, students in these programs come from IT backgrounds, but the majority have experience in classroom instruction and use it to guide how educational applications are developed.
Typically, coursework in Educational Technology is inquiry-based and blends educational theory with technical, problem-solving skills. A good program in Learning Technology will also follow current national policy initiatives in K-12 learning.
Though education professionals can have lucrative careers as software engineers, many choose instead to work as educators. Individuals may also use their skills to work in non-educational industries such as corporate training or healthcare delivery systems.
Educators who expect to eventually pursue a doctorate should strongly consider this online program because of its greater emphasis on research and statistics in the field of Educational Technology. more >
If you are an educator from a public or private school, museum, non-profit, environmental center, government organization, or other alternative teaching setting, this Master of Science (M.S.) program more >
The Educational Technology specialization of the Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership program will prepare learners to become education leaders who strategically manage and lead processes rel more >
The curriculum of the master's degree in learning design and technology includes cutting-edge learning theory, educational technology, and instructional development to give students a strong foundatio more >
Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Curriculum and Instruction: Technology (Does not lead to initial teacher licensure). more >
Rise to the challenges and opportunities of today’s and tomorrow’s education environments with your online Master of Education degree with a concentration in Instructional Design and Techn more >
This 30 hour online Master in Education emphasizes cutting edge technology that teachers can use to improve student learning in their classroom. more >
Learn to create effective technology-based courses and instructional programs for a variety of environments, including higher education; community college education; corporate and nonprofit workforce more >
The fast-growing field of postsecondary teaching is projected to create the most new jobs of any doctoral-level occupation. more >
Nowhere is education more important to career success than in the field of education. At Strayer University, we make it easy for teachers and others to become students more >
The 30-credit hour MATL curriculum starts with an exploration of active learning and classroom management strategies for today's interactive classroom: more >
The innovative online Master of Arts and Graduate Certificates in Educational Technology Leadership (ETL) program at The George Washington University (GW) prepares individuals for leadership roles in more >
E-learning is growing and continues to evolve, with everything from completely online class offerings, including massive open online courses (MOOCs), and hybrid classes, to web-enhanced on-campus clas more >
American College of Education graduates of the M.Ed. more >
This program seeks to prepare highly qualified teachers who are capable of utilizing technology as a partner in the learning process. more >
Kaplan University's Master of Science in Education in Instructional Technology focuses on the design, development, and evaluation of instructional programs, materials, and media in K-12, higher educat more >
Earn your Master of Education in Teaching and Learning with a concentration in Educational Technology and Online Instruction from Liberty University Online, and become a part of a growing, dynamic edu more >
Saint Joseph's University is one of the few schools in Pennsylvania to offer a program that can help you attain your Instructional Technology Specialist Certification or, by completing two additio more >
Nationally recognized for its strengths in technology and the sciences, Drexel University offers a unique internet-based Master's Degree in Learning Technologies designed for adult learners who wi more >
Put latest technology to work. Technology advancements have made instructional design a critical skill for corporate trainers and adult educators. more >
Ottawa University now offers the Master of Arts in Education (MA in Ed) in one of four specific areas entirely online. more >
The M.Ed. more >
This master’s degree in Instructional Technology is designed for either technology coordinators in schools or business, school librarians, or K-12 teachers. Three concentrations are availa more >
The AIU Online Master of Education degree program is structured to address sweeping changes that have occurred in education over the past decade, including an emphasis on the importance of students more >
This program will prepare students to provide leadership for transforming education at all levels through the use and implementation of technology. When technology is applied educational learnin more >