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Educational Technology

ONLINE SEQUENCE

Do you want to transform your teaching through technology and support students’ standards-based learning? Do you need to keep up with your students’ expanding digital skills and interests in Web and computer-simulated learning? Are you looking to apply college credits toward a master’s program?

UVM Continuing Education, in partnership with UVM’s College of Education and Social Services, offers a flexible online program of six graduate courses designed to help teachers, library media specialists, and other educators create technology-enhanced curriculum.

Our Educational Technology Online Sequence allows you to:

  • Take courses online, at your convenience
  • Take courses in any order. Courses are available throughout the year.
  • Make progress toward applying for a master’s in Curriculum and Instruction
  • Gain access to Continuing and Distance Education advisors who will help you map your educational plan
  • Learn from accomplished faculty with experience in school settings, technology integration, educational research, and state government
  • Transform your work as a pre-K-16 teacher, library media specialist, or other school-based position
  • Build units of study that integrate technology and meet national and state educational standards

Sequence Overview

Through the Educational Technology Online Sequence program, you’ll explore the best practices and philosophies around using technology to build a standards- and inquiry-based curriculum. UVM’s Educational Technology Online Sequence aligns with the International Society for Technology in Education’sNational Educational Technology Standards (NETS) for students and teachers. Our program is designed for Vermont and out-of-state licensed teachers, as well as others seeking to learn more about technology in the classroom. Vermont teachers may use the program to obtain a technology integration specialist endorsement; out-of-state teachers may meet guidelines for instructional technology or educational technology certification or endorsement.

Path to Master’s In Curriculum and Instruction You can take individual or a series of courses. You do not need to be enrolled in a specific program of study. However, if you’re interested in applying to a degree program, please contact Maureen Neumann for advising information. To apply to the master’s program, you must apply through the graduate college. You can find an application and other relevant information on their website.   image0022

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