K-12 - Instructional Technology Facilitation

student sitting at a desktop computerK-12 Concentration

This concentration is designed for education professionals and others who wish to enhance their use of digital technologies for teaching and learning. This concentration is designed to prepare traditional and nontraditional students to assume educational leadership roles in the use of instructional technology in public schools, public libraries and related educational settings through active scholarship, reflection, professional discourse and interdisciplinary programs of study based on the integration of theory and practice. This concentration leads to 077 'M' level licensure for Instructional Technology Specialists.

Graduate Certificate in Instructional Technology Facilitation

This certificate leads to the Special Endorsement in Computer Education (18079) or 077 "M' level licensure for Instructional Technology Specialists. The Endorsement is designed for school computer teachers or computer resource teachers for one or more schools, and is the recommended certification for the school level Technology Facilitator. 077 Licensure may be added for individuals who already hold a Master's degree in an educational field. The certificate program promotes an in-depth understanding of the applications of and considerations for the integration of digital technologies in schools.

Review the Programs of Study for the Master's Degree Concentrations and Certificate Requirements under those respective links on the menu above.

Note: It is possible to combine certificates with other concentrations to optimize your learning experience. Contact the program director to work out a custom plan of study.