Educational Technology

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The M.Ed. Curriculum & Instruction: Educational Technology program prepares teachers to serve as building/campus-level technology facilitators. Candidates completing this 30 hour degree will exhibit knowledge, skills, and dispositions equipping them to teach technology applications; demonstrating effective use of technology to support student learning of content; and provide professional development, mentoring, and basic technical assistance for other teachers. Upon successful completion of the professional courses candidates will earn a Ohio Department of Education Technology Facilitator Endorsement.

Professional Courses

  • EDCI 522 Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century Classroom
  • EDCI 512 Telecommunications & Networking for Educators
  • EDCI 536 Instructional Design
  • EDCI 537 Issues & Concerns Related to Educational Technology
  • EDCI 538 Methods for Integrating Technology
  • EDCI 633 Organization & Management of Educational Technology

In addition to the professional courses, a 12-credit hour core and a 3-credit hour capstone is required to earn the M.Ed. Curriculum & Instruction: Technology Facilitator degree.

Where can you take courses for this program?

Graduate classes are offered in face-to-face, hybrid, (combination of face-to-face and online) and online formats. Online classes have no face-to-face meetings, but may meet for synchronous classes sessions throughout a given semester or term. While not all courses are available online,  many can be found in hybrid formats. Classes for the M.Ed. core and professional courses required for the Technology Facilitator program are offered at all program locations; a number are also available online. Elective hours are based on your interests and may be taken at various locations.

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Dr. Herbert Broda, Professor, joined Ashland University in 1998. His areas of expertise include outdoor education, the school yard as a teaching tool and middle... Read more