Curriculum and Instruction, MEd Concentration in Designing Digital Learning in Schools
Learn how to effectively use technology to strengthen a PreK-12 learners’ 21st century learning experience.
The Designing Digital Learning in Schools concentration is offered to practicing teachers who wish to gain the necessary knowledge and skills for integrating digital learning and K–12 curricular knowledge outcomes. The concentration is framed by four learning outcomes: investigation of the theory and practice of digital learning, connection of digital learning and knowledge outcomes, use of design principles and processes to inform practice, knowledge of a range of technologies appropriate for PreK-12 learners.
Core Courses (12 credits)
- EDUC 606: Education and Culture (3 credit hours)
- EDUC 612: Inquiry into Practice (2 credit hours)
- EDUC 613: How Students Learn (3 credit hours)
- EDUC 614: Designing and Assessing Teaching and Learning (2 credit hours)
- EDUC 615: Educational Change (2 credit hours)
Concentration Courses (18 credits)
- EDIT 780: Principles of School-Based Design (3 credit hours)
- EDIT 781: Designing for Information Using (3 credit hours)
- EDIT 782: Designing for Literacy (3 credit hours)
- EDIT 783: Designing for Problem Solving (3 credit hours)
- EDIT 784: Designing for Community Participation (3 credit hours)
- EDIT 785: Designing School-Based Digital Learning (3 credit hours)