The Masters consists of 30 graduate credit hours and is offered entirely online. Two of the required courses (6 credits total) come from the Educational Psychology program and are helpful for learning how to conduct research.
The remaining courses are taught by faculty with years of experience teaching and working in their respective fields.
As you work through these courses you will first master the essentials of teaching using technology then turn to performing needs analyses for colleagues.
You will also take courses that will train you in the use and development of digital resources in classrooms and training situations.
Additional courses will cover the practical matters of improving productivity, teaching online effectively, and purchasing software and hardware to meet the needs of your students.
Finally, you will work on a guided evaluation project in small teams, examine key steps in the growth of educational technology through National Educational Technology Plans and other living documents. You will then, in your capstone project conduct research of your own with the guidance of a faculty member in LTEC.
If you are interested in the LTEC program and are willing to wait until it starts up again (perhaps in 2019), please leave your contact information below. We will touch base with you occasionally to let you know how the refresh is going.
The LTEC Team: Michael McVey (firstname.lastname@example.org), Toni Stokes Jones (email@example.com), and Nancy Copeland (firstname.lastname@example.org). Reach out by email to any of us if you need more information.