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M.Ed. (Instructional Technology)

M.Ed. L&T Instructional Technology
(100% Online)

The M.Ed. L&T Instructional Technology concentration provides teachers, trainers and other professionals with advanced studies of the design, development, implementation, evaluation and management of instructional technologies and their potential to improve teaching practice, student performance, and professional productivity. Candidates who complete this curriculum will have the knowledge, skills and dispositions to provide leadership in instructional technology. All coursework is aligned to the National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers (NETS-T, 2008), published by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).

Courses

I. CORE STUDIES (15 credits)

  • EDUC 607 Research for Today's Schools (3)
  • EDUC 628 Assessment of Performance to Inform Instruction (3)
  • EDUC 630 Advanced Study of Curriculum and Instruction (3)
  • EDIT 610 Instructional Design and Technology Integration (3)
  • EDIT 604 Teaching with Technology (3)

II. CONCENTRATION STUDIES (15 credits)

Select four of the following five courses:

  • EDIT 620 Technology Planning and Management (3)
  • EDIT 630 Development of Instructional Multimedia (3)
  • EDIT 640 Instructional Video Production (3)
  • EDIT 650 Teaching and Learning Online (3)
  • EDIT 660 Advanced Online Teaching (3)

Required:

  • EDIT 690 Seminar in Instructional Technology (Capstone 3)
Schedule of Classes

Schedule of classes for new M.Ed. students beginning in Fall 2014 and seeking to finish in Fall 2015
This progress is dependent on successful registration and completion of all coursework.

Fall, 2014 = EDUC 607 and EDUC 630
Spring 2015 = EDUC 628 and EDIT 620
Summer 1, 2015 = EDIT 604 and EDIT 650
Summer 2, 2015 = EDIT 610 and EDIT 660
Fall, 2015 = EDIT 690 and EDIT 640

Schedule of classes for new M.Ed. students beginning in Spring 2015 and seeking to finish in Fall 2015.
This progress is dependent on successful registration and completion of all coursework.
Spring 2015 = EDUC 607, EDUC 630 and EDIT 620
Summer 1, 2015 = EDIT 604 and EDIT 650
Summer 2, 2015 = EDIT 610 and EDIT 660
Fall, 2015 = EDIT 690, EDUC 628 and EDIT 640

Schedule of classes for new M.Ed. students beginning in Spring 2015 and seeking to finish in Spring 2016.
This progress is dependent on successful registration and completion of all coursework.
Spring 2015 = EDUC 607 and EDIT 620
Summer 1, 2015 = EDIT 604 and EDIT 650
Summer 2, 2015 = EDIT 610 and EDIT 660
Fall, 2015 = EDUC 630 and EDIT 640 (or EDIT 630)
Spring 2016 = EDUC 628 and EDIT 690

Schedule of classes for new M.Ed. IT students beginning in Summer 1, 2015 and seeking to finish in Spring 2016. 
This progress is dependent on successful registration and completion of all coursework.
Summer 1, 2015 = EDIT 604 and EDIT 650
Summer 2, 2015 = EDIT 660 and EDIT 610 
Fall, 2015 = EDIT 640, EDUC 607 and EDUC 630
Spring, 2016 = EDIT 690, EDIT 630, and EDUC 628

Schedule of classes for new M.Ed. IT students beginning in Summer 1, 2015 and seeking to finish in Fall 2016. 
This progress is dependent on successful registration and completion of all coursework.
Summer 1, 2015 = EDIT 604 and EDIT 650
Summer 2, 2015 = EDIT 660 and EDIT 610 
Fall, 2015 = EDIT 640, EDUC 607 
Spring, 2016 = EDUC 628, EDIT 630
Fall 2016 = EDIT 690, EDUC 630

Schedule of classes for new M.Ed. IT students beginning in Fall 2015 and seeking to finish in Fall 2016. 
This progress is dependent on successful registration and completion of all coursework.
Fall, 2015 = EDUC 607 and EDUC 630
Spring 2016 = EDUC 628 and EDIT 630
Summer 1, 2016 = EDIT 604 and EDIT 650
Summer 2, 2016 = EDIT 610 and EDIT 660
Fall, 2016 = EDIT 690 and EDIT 640

Schedule of classes for new M.Ed. students beginning in Spring 2016 and seeking to finish in Spring 2017.
This progress is dependent on successful registration and completion of all coursework.
Spring 2016 = EDUC 607 and EDUC 630
Summer 1, 2016 = EDIT 604 and EDIT 650
Summer 2, 2016 = EDIT 610 and EDIT 660
Fall, 2016 = EDUC 628 and EDIT 640
Spring 2017 = EDIT 630 and EDIT 690

Certificates and Endorsements

Certificate in Online Teaching and Training (100% Online)

In addition to the M.Ed., a graduate certificate program is offered in Instructional Technology:

  • Certificate in Online Teaching and Training (12 credits)

Online Teaching Endorsement (100% Online)

For teachers seeking only the SC state online teaching endorsement:

  • Online Teaching Endorsement (12 credits)

Information 

Jeremy Dickerson, Ed.D.
Professor and Coordinator of Instructional Technology Graduate Programs
Spadoni College of Education
Coastal Carolina University
Prince Building 205B
P.O. Box 261954
Conway, SC 29528-6054
843-349-2772
jdickers@coastal.edu

Corey Lee, Ph.D.
Professor, Instructional Technology
Prince 205A
843-349-2780
clee@coastal.edu


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