Hi everyone. I just finished my undergraduate studies and am currently teaching ESL in AZ, but I'm really interesting in education technology for graduate school. Does anyone have any info about this??? I'd love some advice.
I'm currently enrolled in the CDIT (Curriculum Design and Instructional Technology) program at the State University at Albany. Its a great fully on-line course with the option of taking classes on campus as well. The professors/classes I've had have been terrific. Good luck finding a school!
Actually i am very much interested in Technology in Education. I really want to be a individual who goes to schools and just makes recommendations to the building as well as the district on what new and current technology can be implemented. Any ideas, on what type of Master Program that would fall under?
I found the tech app. graduate courses through Lamar University very rigorous. My husband,who is an asst. principal, got his BA degree there, and my best friend, who is a first year middle school principal, got her Ed. D. at Lamar University. Several teachers on my husband's campus are currently enrolled in the Ed. Leadership online program at Lamar. Kay Abernathy (who's on Classroom 2.0) is one of the professors at Lamar. Look her up on this ning for more details.