Maximize Your Master’s In Education with a Concentration In Technology In Education
Strayer University’s Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree with Technology Education concentration* is valuable for any educator looking to further his or her goals in a career in education. Explore how to enrich and transform the educational experience through technology integration. You’ll focus on theory, as well as how to design, develop, and evaluate technologies for learning and enhancement.
Our online classes and on-campus coursework are appropriate for a wide range of educators (K-12 through adult), and prepares graduates for roles in instructional design, curriculum development, training, distance education, e-learning, and LMS management.
Completion of Strayer University’s Master of Education program does not guarantee a student has met the requirements to apply for public school teacher or administrator licensure in any state, nor that a student will be eligible for pay raises, promotions or other job-related benefits. Students pursuing teacher or school administrator certifications in the public school system should contact their respective state offices of education as well as local school district to confirm educational requirements before beginning the program.
Key Learning Outcomes
- Apply information technology concepts to theories of education.
- Design digital-age technology applications to improve learning, curriculum development, and assessment practices in education environments.
- Relate coursework to instructional practices, curriculum development, strategic planning, organizational and community support systems, and assessment methods in educational settings.
- Develop research and critical thinking skills to apply instructional technology for teaching, learning, and process improvements.
- Apply emerging advances in technology to instructional practices.
- Integrate applications of instructional technology in various education contexts.
- Evaluate instructional technology proposals to assess feasibility and requirements.
- Collaborate with stakeholders (school administrators, managers, faculty, students and others) to establish teams and resolve problems.
- Provide educators with tools and expertise to address computer and related instructional technology in teaching and learning.
- Recognize and utilize appropriate leadership styles and strategies as they impact educational technology issues.