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Technological advancements have redefined the role of educational technology in the school environment. Along with established roles as collector of resources and manager of facilities,a new role has emerged - the role of instructional designer, technology integrtion facilitator, computer classroom specialist, technology coordinator, and most importantly, technologically competent classroom teacher. The program of study was developed folowing the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) standards and guidelines for Technology Facilitator.
 
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Maggie Veres
451 Allyn Hall
937-775-3277/2516
marguerite.veres@wright.edu

All candidates seeking endorsement in computer/technology must provide evidence that the following foundations have been attained:

Basic technology operations and concepts
Use computer operating systems and user interfaces to run programs, access, generate and manipulate data, and to report results; evaluate performance of hardware and software components of computer systems and apply basic troubleshooting strategies as needed.

Personal and professional use of technology
Apply tools for enhancing productivity and professional growth, use technology in communicating, collaborating, conducting research, and solving problems; includes equitable, ethical, and legal use of computer/technology resources.

Application of technology in instruction Teach computer/technology applications and to use technology to support content areas.


Advised EDT Electives

EDT 7150
Information Retrieval (3)

EDT 7560
Media Literacy II (3)

EDT 7800
ICT in Education (3)

EDT 8950
Administration & Supervision of Educational Technology (3)

EDT 6700
Workshops - special topics (limit 3 hours)

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EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
Master of Education (M.Ed.) or Master of Arts (M.A.)

Non-Licensure Program. If you have an Ohio teaching license completing this program will receive the Computer Technology Endorsement.

Technological advancements have redefined the role of educational technology in the school environment. Merging with established roles as collector of resources and manager of facilities, is the role of instructional designer, technology integration coach, computer education specialist, technology coordinator, and most importantly technology competent classroom teacher. The program of study was developed following the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) standards and guidelines for Technology coach.


Course #
Course Title
Credit Hours
EDL 7510 Required for M.Ed. only Statistics and Research 3
EDL 7730 Curriculum Analysis 3
EDT 7000 Entry Seminar for Educational Technology 1
EDT 7160 Telecommunications and On-line Applications 3
EDT 7510 Media Literacy 3
EDT 7820 Developing Multimedia Applications 3
EDT 7860 Educational Applications of Computers 3
EDT 8390 Instructional Design and Develoopment 3
EDT 8900 Required for M.Ed. only Internship 3
EDT 9990* Required for M.A. only Thesis* 1-6*

Electives - Pick 2 Courses

Total Elective Hours Required M.A: 6

Total Elective Hours Required M.Ed.: 6

EDT 6700 Approved Workshops 1-3
  Open Electives (Per Advisor Approval) 1-3
EDT 8950 Administration & Supervision of Educational Technology 3
EDT 7800 Information and Communication Technology in Education 3


Total Semester Hours: 31-34 for M.Ed. (*30-37 for M.A.)


The holder of a standard teaching credential may add an endorsement in computer/technology (#111770) by completing 22 semester hours fulfilled through the following courses: EDT 7000, 7160, 7510, 7820, 7860, 8390, 8900, and 6 hours of Advised Electives.