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Graduate Certificate – Leadership in Technology Integration
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:
Applicants are required to submit two letters of recommendation from individuals best qualified to attest to your capacity for graduate work. We prefer that at least one of your references be an academic reference from a former instructor or faculty, though we realize that there are situations where this may not always be possible.
It is important that both letters of recommendation by individuals who know you well academically.

Former faculty members most commonly write letters of recommendation; however, other professionals who have supervised you in a job or internship aligned with the graduate program you are pursuing are appropriate sources. Letters written by peer work colleagues, family friends, community or political figures are not considered appropriate sources for letters of recommendation.
Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended

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.

Tuition and Fees Information

More Information

Phone
Office of Admissions
410-516-9797
Office of Admissions Toll-free
877-548-7631
Liesl McNeal, Sr. Academic Program Coordinator
443-927-0146
Location
Johns Hopkins School of Education
2800 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
Hours
Monday to Friday
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET

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

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 learnersBuild leadership skills for mentoring, consulting, professional development, and systems change

International Applicants

This program is delivered in a fully online format and does not offer F-1 or J-1 visa sponsorship for international students. International students interested in applying to a program at the Johns Hopkins School of Education must follow the same application process and submit the same general application materials as their peers, along with some additional requirements.

International Student Admissions

Please visit the International Student Admissions webpage for additional application requirements or information.

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