Technology for the 21st Century Certificate

Ashland University understands the importance of improving technology skills to meet the needs of 21st century learners. The Technology for the 21st Century Classroom Certificate is an online 12-hour certificate that will enable you to explore curriculum models, pedagogical applications and emergent technologies. 

Is this program for you?

  • You want to learn about mobile technologies, Web 2.0 tools, cloud-based technology, 1:1 computing within the PreK-12 classroom, etc. within an online program.

  • You want to discuss current issues and concerns related to technology.

  • You are enrolled in the M.Ed. Curriculum & Instruction: Teaching & Learning in the 21st Century (TL-21) program and want to take additional technology hours OR you are interested in taking just a few hours in technology, but want a coherent, organized program that leads to an Ashland University certificate. 

What courses are in this program?

Course Numbers and Titles

Credit Hours

EDCI 522:  Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century Classroom

3

EDCI 536:  Instructional Design

3

EDCI 537:  Issues & Concerns Related to Technology in Education                                     

3

EDCI 538:  Methods for Integrating Technology

3

Total Hours 

12

Note:

This certificate cannot be added to an existing teacher or administrative license as the certificate is given by Ashland University, not the Ohio Department of Education. Candidates enrolled in a "stand-alone" certificate program cannot receive federal (Title IV) financial aid for the courses. If the certificate is embedded in the TL-21 program, the certificate will be awarded from Ashland University only after the candidate has successfully completed all requirements for the degree, including the embedded certificate, and has graduated from the M.Ed. program. Please talk with the financial aid office regarding any questions about certificates and potential financial aid.

Where can you take courses for this program?

All courses for this program are taught online via Ashland University's ANGEL Learning Management System. Online classes have no face-to-face meetings, but may meet for synchronous classes sessions throughout a given semester or term.

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Interested?

Request info, apply now, e-mail grad-admissions@ashland.edu or call 419.289.5688 (or 1.800.882.1548 x5688).

 

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