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Do you have the desire to seek leadership roles in the area of educational technology? If so, then Ashford University's Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology program might help you prepare for this career goal. Continue reading to find out more about this master's degree program.
Ashford University's Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology program is designed to examine learning theories and instructional practices and introduce you to various technological tools and applications for online learning. You will take all courses in this program online. Topics likely to be addressed in the curriculum include current and future technologies for teaching and learning, online materials development, instructional planning strategies, online collaborative tools, technological evaluation methods, and learning applications used in educational and corporate environments. In the capstone course, you will be required to complete an extensive research project demonstrating your understanding of educational technology applications and outcomes.
You must have earned a bachelor's degree and may have some experience in an academic setting before becoming a student of Ashford University's Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology program. A strong familiarity with basic computer applications and systems is helpful. Some programs may have more specific requirements.
You must complete 30 credits to earn Ashford University's Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology. You will also be required to maintain at least a 3.0 GPA for this program.
Teaching and Learning with Technology Course Requirements
|Course Number||Course Title|
|EDU 648||Teaching and Learning with Technology|
|EDU 652||Instructional Design and Delivery|
|EDU 658||Instructional Leadership|
|EDU 671||Fundamentals of Educational Research|
|EDU 697||Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology Capstone: A Project Approach|
|EDU 649||Technologies for Teaching and Learning|
|EDU 651||Collaboration and Learning in a Virtual Environment|
|EDU 655||Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology for Online Learning|
|EDU 656||Technology Solutions for Just in Time Training and Learning|
|EDU 679||Technology Solutions for Organizational Improvement|
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If you want to become a classroom teacher, contact your state's education authorities prior to enrolling at Ashford to determine what state-specific requirements you must complete before obtaining your teacher's license. Ashford graduates will be subject to additional requirements on a state-by-state basis that will include one or more of the following: student teaching or practicum experience, additional coursework, additional testing, or, if the state requires a specific type of degree to seek alternative certification, earning an additional degree. None of Ashford's online education programs are CAEP*, TEAC or NCATE accredited, which is a requirement for certification in some states. Other factors, such as a student's criminal history, may prevent an applicant from obtaining licensure or employment in this field of study.
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Once you have earned Ashford University's Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology, you might seek directorial or supervisory positions in the field. In addition to public or private elementary, middle, or high schools, you might seek these opportunities in corporate training, consulting or postsecondary teachering.