The Master of Science in Instructional Technology for Educators is a 12 course, 36-hour master's degree program that provides a broad understanding of instructional design and technology and its application in K-12 schools today and in the future. The program prepares learners to more effectively integrate technological processes and tools into their curriculum and classroom practices to enhance learning for all students. This program is most appropriate for practicing classroom teachers who want to advance their knowledge and skills related to integration of technology within classroom learning environments, to prepare to lead change efforts or serve as a technology coordinator at the building or district level, and/or to become a K-12 curriculum developer. The program focuses on the knowledge, skills, and tools needed to assess classroom learning environments, technology access, and learners engaged in various content area studies; and design, develop, implement, and evaluate instructional activities that integrate multimedia, the Internet, and other technology available towards the goal of providing effective, efficient, and appealing instruction.
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