Graduate Certificate – Leadership in Technology Integration

In this certificate program, master teachers become technology leaders at the classroom, school, and district levels through the effective integration of technology into a standards-based curriculum that supports learners of all skill levels.

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Contact Us

James Diamond

Faculty Lead
James Diamond, PhD
jdiamo13@jhu.edu

Liesl McNeal

Sr. Academic Program Coordinator
Liesl McNeal
410-516-9759
lmcneal@jhu.edu

Leadership in Technology Integration

At A Glance*

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Format

PART-TIME

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Location

ONLINE

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Credits

15

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Start Term

SUMMER
FALL
SPRING

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Completion Time

1-3 Years

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Application Deadline

ROLLING

*Information for students entering program for academic year 2020-2021

Application requirements and deadlines
Graduate Certificate: Leadership in Technology Integration
Enrollment:Part-Time
Start Terms:Fall, Spring, Summer
Application Deadline: Rolling
Application Requirements:
Online application form
$80.00 application fee
Resume/CV
Essay:
A 500-word essay discussing the reasons you wish to pursue a degree at Johns Hopkins University, focusing on your long-term goals and how your academic program will complement those goals. Discuss the strengths and weaknesses in your academic background, as well as any additional comments that will assist in evaluating your application materials. Essays should be submitted in a typed format on a separate sheet of paper
Two Letters of Recommendation
Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended
International Applicants:Please visit the International Student Admissions webpage for additional application requirements.
Note: This program is delivered in a fully online format and does not offer F-1 or J-1 visa sponsorship for international students.
Tuition and fees

Tuition and fees are subject to change for ensuing academic years, and will be updated on the School of Education website accordingly.

Master's Degree and Certificate Programs
Part-Time & Full-Time Graduate (Face-to-face/Lecture courses)$833 per credit
Online Courses

*In addition, a $15 per credit technology fee will be assessed.
$882 per credit*
Full-Time Master of Science in Counseling with a concentration in School Counseling (Fellows)$882 per credit
M.Ed. Education in the Health Professions & Post-Master's Certificate in Evidence-Based Teaching in the Health Professions Programs

**Classes in the Master of Education in the Health Professions (MEHP) or Post-Master's Certificate in Evidence-Based Teaching in the Health Professions programs are $1,292 per credit, with the exception of Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System employees, who pay $850 per credit (effective Fall 2020). The current rate of $700 per credit will remain in effect for the Summer 2020 term.
$1,292 per credit**
M.S. in Education (International Teaching and Global Learning)$48,000 per academic year
Raimie Utterback

I was excited to find a program that was immediately relevant to my teaching practice while also helping me explore the educational technology field. This is ideal for teachers looking to enhance their classroom practices and create content relevant to today’s classrooms.

 

Raimie Utterback
Current student

Leadership in Technology Integration

Program Description

Candidates pursuing the Leadership in Technology Integration certificate become proficient at integrating technology into a standards-based curriculum through this unique online program on the effective use of technology to support learning.

Candidates engage in technology planning, teaching, and assessment centered around the needs and abilities of students. They develop proactive leadership skills for developing a shared vision for educational technology among all stakeholders.

Candidates gain skills in advanced technologies—including e-learning, telecommunications and multimedia-based instruction, tools for instructional management and assessment, and adaptive computer access. They engage in technology integration by applying the latest science of learning and a constructivist approach to teaching and learning, and then combine those skills with authentic assessment strategies, differentiated instruction, and appropriate technology tools to accommodate all learners, including those with special needs.

In the process, candidates build leadership skills for mentoring, consulting, professional development, and systems change to become technology leaders at the classroom, school, and district levels.

Leadership in Technology Integration

CORE FACULTY

James Diamond

James Diamond

Christopher Devers

Christopher Devers

Leadership in Technology Integration

PROGRAM PLAN

Coursework

Requirements (15 credits)

893.508 Technology and the Science of Learning

893.632 Data-Driven Decision Making

893.634 Technology Leadership for School Improvement

893.645 Designing and Delivering Online and Blended Learning Environments

893.850 Advanced Applications in Digital Age Learning

Course Information

Course descriptions, locations, and availability

Leadership in Technology Integration

WHAT TO EXPECT

Goals

The goals of the program are for students to:

  • Engage in planning, teaching, and assessment centered around the needs and abilities of students.
  • Develop proactive leadership skills for developing a shared vision for educational technology among all education stakeholders, including teachers and support staff, school and district administrators, teacher educators, students, parents, and the community.
Student outcomes

Upon successful completion of the program, we expect students will:

  • Develop content knowledge and pedagogical skills for the use of advanced technologies, tools for instructional management and assessment, and adaptive computer access.
  • Integrate technology for learning in a range of contexts, applying theory and evidence from cognitive science and the learning sciences, 21st-century skills, and a constructivist approach to teaching and learning.
  • Apply authentic assessment strategies, differentiated instruction, and appropriate technology tools to accommodate all learners, including those with special needs.
  • Build leadership skills for mentoring, consulting, professional development, and systems change.

Leadership in Technology Integration

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What types of careers are applicable to the Graduate Certificate in Leadership in Technology Education?

Certificate students come from (and move into) a wide range of careers, including K–12 teaching, school district technology leadership, higher education instruction, publishing, instructional design in higher education, corporate and government settings, and educational technology start-ups.

Leadership in Technology Integration

GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT DISCLOSURE

In accordance with U.S. Department of Education regulations, the JHU School of Education is required to disclose select information for all Title IV eligible gainful employment (GE) programs. To see the most recent data available for this GE program, please view the attached disclosure.

Gainful Employment Disclosure – 2019

Gainful Employment Disclosure – 2019

Program Name: Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Leadership in Technology Integration

This program is designed to be completed in 12 months.

This program will cost $14,505 if completed within normal time. There may be additional costs for living expenses. These costs were accurate at the time of posting, but may have changed.

Of the students who completed this program within normal time, the typical graduate leaves with $ [XX,XXX] of debt.

Too few graduates to report median debt.

Program does not meet licensure requirements in the following States: Maryland

For more information about graduation rates, loan repayment rates, and post-enrollment earnings about this institution and other postsecondary institutions please click here: https://collegescorecard.ed.gov/.

Leadership in Technology Integration

STATE-SPECIFIC INFORMATION FOR ONLINE STUDENTS

Students should be aware of additional state-specific information for online programs.