Master of Education in Educational Technology with Concentration in Digital Learning and Teaching
As digital technology increasingly shapes the new K-12 classroom, schools need effective technology facilitators to train staff and introduce innovative new concepts and applications.
To help education technology professionals become campus-wide leaders, American College of Education offers the M.Ed in Educational Technology with a Concentration in Digital Learning and Teaching. The three-course concentration sequence provides a streamlined approach to digital learning and teaching. Educators will learn how to:
- Design learning environments supported by technology
- Integrate technology across curriculum to maximize student learning
- Establish student and teacher roles in the classroom
Master digital technology with this online degree program. Start your application, or check admission requirements.
The concentration courses are taken as part of a Master of Education in Education Technology. For stand-alone graduate credit certificate options, please click here.
American College of Education helps educators use technology to engage students and help them develop critical 21st century skills. Through the research-based Concentration in Digital Learning and Teaching, educators will gain new ways of thinking about technology, student learning, classroom structure, and teacher and student roles. Learn to use these developments in digital learning to your students' advantage today.
American College of Education's Professional Education Programs (M.Ed. in Educational Leadership, M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction, M.Ed. in English as a Second Language, M.Ed. in Bilingual Education, M.Ed. in Educational Technology), which are designed to provide graduate students with the essential knowledge, skills, and abilities to enhance their teaching and further their careers, is granted Accreditation by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) for a period of seven years: May 3, 2013 to May 3, 2020. This accreditation certifies that the forenamed professional education programs have provided evidence that the programs adhere to TEAC's quality principles.