Graduates of the program will develop the skills to:

  • Integrate current and emerging technologies into curriculum, instruction and assessment in order to strengthen and transform teaching and student learning.
  • Extend learning beyond the classroom with blended and online experiences.
  • Integrate and manage mobile learning environments.
  • Assess the effectiveness of technology to support student learning.
  • Use a range of technologies to communicate and collaborate with students, colleagues, parents and other audiences.
  • Apply technology to meet the needs of a diverse student population.
  • Create multimedia and web-based products that support instruction.
  • Develop standards-based (Common Core), technology-supported lessons that promote global perspectives.
  • Provide professional development for teachers and other educators, including recommendations for integrating technology to promote learning.
  • Lead and work with others to develop a vision for technology integration in schools, including designing technology plans and budgets, ensuring access and acquiring resources.
  • Apply classroom and school-based data, research and reflection to make sound instructional decisions.
  • Advocate for change through technology by building support and identifying potential funding opportunities for educational technology projects.